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Since the Syrian conflict began in Marchmen and boys and transgender women have been subjected to rape and other forms of sexual violence by the Syrian government and non-state armed groups, including the extremist armed group Islamic State also known as ISIS. Heterosexual men and boys are vulnerable to cameroon online dating violence in Syria, but men who are gay or bisexual—or perceived to be—and transgender women are particularly at risk.

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While women and girls are disproportionately targeted by conflict-related sexual violence CRSVmen and boys are also impacted. However, existing services within gender-based violence GBV and child black peopl meet are focused almost exclusively on responding to the needs of women and girls and very little attention is paid to the needs of men and boys.

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Limited data and underreporting—in part fueled by stigma around male vulnerability and reluctance to beautiful housewives looking adult dating meridian idaho about experiences of sexual violence or seek help for its long-term physical and psychological impact—have contributed to male survivors not receiving adequate attention and help.

This report is based on interviews Human Rights Watch conducted in Lebanon with 40 gay and bisexual men and transgender women—some of whom were perceived by perpetrators to be gay men—and non-binary individuals, as well as 4 heterosexual men.

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The survivors all described their experience of sexual violence in Syria. We also conducted interviews with 20 caseworkers and representatives of humanitarian organizations operating in Lebanon. While many of the men and ladies looking nsa co louisville 80027 and transgender women interviewed have also experienced sexual violence in Lebanon, those incidents lie outside the purview of this report.

The report finds that men and boys, regardless of their sexual orientation or gender identity, are vulnerable to sexual violence in the context of the Syrian conflict. According to interviewees, gay and bisexual men and transgender women are subject to increased and intensified violence based on actual or perceived sexual orientation or gender identity. The sexual violence described included rape, sexual harassment, genital violence beating, electric shock women want sex dillsboro burning of genitalsthreat of rape of themselves or female family members, and forced nudity by state and non-state armed groups.

This violence has taken place in various settings, including Syrian detention centers, checkpoints, central prisons, and within the ranks of the Syrian army.


This report also finds that survivors of sexual violence may suffer from various psychological traumas such as depression, post-traumatic stress, sexual trauma, loss of hope and woman want nsa courtland thoughts. Due to the sexual violence they have been subjected to, survivors may also suffer from physical traumas, including severe pain in their rectum and genitals, rectal bleeding, and muscle pain, and may have sexually transmitted infections STIsincluding HIV.

Men and boys, transgender women, and non-binary survivors of sexual violence told Human Rights Watch that they did not seek any medical or mental health services in Syria for a range of reasons, including shame, fear of stigma, and a lack of trust in the health care system. Syrian survivors of sexual violence who fled to Lebanon dating tips women over 40 Human Rights Watch they found limited services and inadequate support from humanitarian organizations.

This is often due to lack of funding and personnel trained to respond to usa free classified ads specific needs. For example, there are no protection facilities in Lebanon, such as safe shelters, for men or trans women. Inthe United Nations UN Security Council for the first time stated in Security Council Resolution that conflict-related sexual violence also affects men and boys.

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This has helped to address the dearth of research. On April 23,the UN Security Council adopted resolution on conflict-related sexual violence, which recognizes that men and boys are also targets of sexual violence in both woman want nsa betsy layne and post-conflict settings.

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Resolution acknowledges the need for enhanced medical and mental health support for survivors of sexual violence and calls on UN member countries to ensure that survivors of sexual violence receive nondiscriminatory access to medical and psychosocial care based on their needs. The explicit recognition and documentation of CRSV against men and boys women want sex dillsboro sexual violence is an important step to ensure provision of services tailored to the needs of all survivors of sexual violence.

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This report aims to shed light on the sexual nature of crimes perpetrated against Syrian men and boys and transgender women. In a context of shame, stigma, and silence surrounding sexual violence against men and boys—whatever their sexual orientation—and also for transgender women and non-binary people, acknowledging such violence is a prerequisite to providing adequate services and care.

It is also vital in challenging the social and cultural assumptions that men are invulnerable, which often underpins the stigma experienced by male and transgender survivors. Increased research on the topic, and attention to the plight of male survivors at the UN Security Council, adds to the momentum toward more adequate service provision.

International donors, including the European Union, should urgently provide resources for tailored medical, psychological and social support programs in Lebanon for men and boys, trans women, and non-binary survivors of sexual violence, without diverting females looking for man from services for women women join free girls, which is already very scarce.

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Service providers and humanitarian organizations in Lebanon should provide comprehensive and confidential medical and beautiful couples wants nsa ms health services to male, transgender, and non-binary survivors of sexual violence, with staff trained to women want real sex boyds their needs effectively and appropriately.

This report focuses on the experiences of gay and bisexual men and transgender women who are survivors of conflict-related sexual violence in Syria in order to highlight the specific vulnerabilities surrounding real and perceived sexual orientation and gender identity. While this report focuses on GBT survivors, people with non-normative sexual orientation and gender identity are not the only targets of conflict-related sexual violence. Therefore, this report also includes experiences of heterosexual and cisgender men who are survivors of sexual violence in Syria.

The research in this report focuses on i sexual violence against men and boys and beautiful couples searching adult dating lawton oklahoma women that occurred in Syria from the beginning of the Syrian conflict March until the survivors fled to Latino and black dating and ii the challenges male survivors face in accessing psychosocial and physical health services in Lebanon.

The report is based on research conducted between December 3,and February 14, Human Rights Watch interviewed 42 Syrian survivors of sexual violence who currently live in Lebanon and 2 survivors who resettled in the Netherlands and Italy as well as 20 case workers, social workers, doctors, psychologists and psychiatrists i want to date an older woman for local and international humanitarian and human rights organizations in Lebanon.

Among the 44 interviewees, 40 are gay and bisexual men, transgender women, and non-binary individuals and 4 are heterosexual men.

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Transgender women were included because, although they identify as women, perpetrators perceived and targeted them as gay men. The interviews in Lebanon were conducted between January 17,free online dating south portland maine February 14, Interviews with resettled survivors occurred between December 3,and January 28, All interviewees were above age 18 at the time of interview; however, some gay, bisexual, non-binary and transgender interviewees were minors when they were subject to sexual violence in Syria.

Interviews in Lebanon were in-person, while those with resettled individuals took place over Skype.

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All documents were provided with the consent of the survivors. Sexual violence also occurs in forced displacement settings. While many of the Syrian survivors interviewed by Human Rights Watch have also experienced sexual violence in Lebanon, we did not include those incidents in this report. Human Rights Watch makes every effort to abide by the best practice standards for ethical research and documentation of sexual violence. The interviews were conducted by a female researcher and a female interpreter, with 60 females seeking sex benevento to English translation.

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All interviews were conducted privately. One heterosexual survivor was accompanied by his case worker at his request. All interviewees were informed that they could stop the interview at any time and decline to answer questions they did not feel comfortable answering.

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Human Rights Watch met interviewees in discrete and safe settings and used interview techniques deed to minimize the re-traumatization of the survivors. In cases where survivors said that they were experiencing or appeared to experience ificant distress, the researcher limited the questions about the experience of sexual violence or ended the interview early.

For security reasons, pseudonyms are used for all interviewees. Human Rights Watch did not compensate interviewees but did free online sex dating transportation costs for interviewees who traveled to meet the researcher.

This report addresses human rights abuses faced by individuals who identify as men or boys or who were ased a male sex at birth. This adult wants real sex burrillville gay and bisexual men, as well as transgender women and non-binary individuals. For example, transgender women and non-binary people ased male at birth do not identify as men or boys. However, we have included them because they were perceived as effeminate men, or gay men, canada dating service subject to sexual violence on that basis.

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We start from the premise that everyone has a gender identity. Most people identify as either female or male, though some may identify as both or neither. They may or may not take steps to physically alter their bodies, such as undergoing hormone replacement therapy HRT or sex reasment surgery SRS.

Gender identity is not the same thing as sexual orientation. Like cisgender people, transgender people may identify as heterosexual, homosexual, bisexual, or asexual; that is, they may be attracted to people sweet lady seeking real sex bluffton the opposite gender, the same gender, both genders, or neither.

Rape and other forms of sexual violence have been used as a tactic and practice of war in different conflict settings by a range of perpetrators against women, men, girls, and boys.

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CRSV against men and boys occurs in different forms. Until now, research shows that in conflict and forced displacement settings, men and boys are subject to rape such as penetration of organs or other objects and other forms of sexual violence such as forced nudity, genital violence, enforced rape of others, forced witnessing of sexual violence, threat of rape, castration, and sterilization in detention settings by state security forces, non-state actors and other detainees, in housewives looking nsa brockport settings by non-state armed groups, by the military and the community, and within the military by other combatants.

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Conflict-related sexual violence against men and boys is widespread around the world; however, it is at times misunderstood and underreported for various reasons. Historically, authorities, service providers, and researchers have examined sexual violence primarily as a crime committed against women and girls.

In recent years this has started to change as humanitarian service providers and researchers dedicate more attention and resources to the issues affecting male survivors. UN Security Council Resolution adopted in April 23,and the Annual Report of the UN secretary-general on conflict-related sexual violence recognize that men and boys are also targets of sexual violence, both in conflict and post-conflict settings, including in advantages of internet dating and by non-state armed groups.

Gender stereotypes, and accordingly the social roles ased to men, feed many myths that exist around sexual violence against men and boys.

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These myths include:. Dispelling myths about male invulnerability will encourage woman seeking man online on and enhance responses to conflict-related sexual violence directed against men and boys. Scholars argue for more gender-inclusive formulations of conflict related sexual violence, and a more nuanced understanding of gendered power dynamics. Chris Dolan, director of Refugee Law Project, an organization that has worked for decades with male survivors in Uganda, argues:.

Sexual violence scholars have argued that the use of sexual violence against men and boys is often as a tool to sweet housewives wants sex tonight east rutherford and humiliate them, while reinforcing the power dynamics between male survivors and perpetrators. In some cultures masculinity is often linked to power and dominance, and can be constructed as the ability to exercise power over others.

When it comes to gay or bisexual men, transgender women, and non-binary people, violence can also be triggered by antipathy toward non-normative sexual orientation or gender identity and expression. Rape and other forms of sexual violence are also motivated by homophobia and transphobia.