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Sex attack on teen

The Globe and Mail on January 11, 2013



Police charge six people over ‘disturbing’ sex attack on teen

Don Wright, founder of the Vancouver-based B.C. Society for Male Survivors of Sexual Abuse, called the case “pretty horrendous” and “pretty outrageous.”

Founded 23 years ago, the society provides therapy for males who have been sexually abused, and Mr. Wright said it was the first society of its kind in Canada.

While he knows few background details about the case, he said he’s not surprised a male was the victim because such sexual assaults are more common than people believe, especially in prisons.

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