Sex Crimes Against Boys Often Go Unreported Because of Queasiness Among Males

Sex crimes against boys, like the ones that allegedly occurred at Penn State University at the hands of former assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky, often go unreported -- not just by educators and witnesses, but by the victims themselves -- because of the discomfort society feels about male-on-male assaults, particularly in the "hyper-masculine" world of sports. Authorities say head coach Joe Paterno never went to police about Sandusky's alleged involvement with young boys, even after his...Full Story
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