I think victimization of males, by men or women, is widely overlooked, and that perpetration by females, towards either gender, is a taboo subject.

Statistics are there, as well as reports, as well as convictions.

And yet, people still act like it doesn't happen.

I've seen some well-intentioned women get very defensive in workshhops or presentations if abuse of men and/or by women was brought up.

They are so worried about the numerous crimes committed by men, for so long not taken seriously enough, and so worried about women, who still are under-reported, that they see issues like ours as a threat to their focus or as some insignificant anomoly.

They look at me as if I'm bringing our issues up just for the sake of argement, and that is frustrating.

Sexual victimization of ANYONE by ANYONE is wrong.
"This is not my shame, this is their shame." Mona Eltahawy