Experiences of male survivors
We want to end domestic abuse for everyone, for good. We know that domestic abuse is experienced by men and boys – as children in the home as well as young people and adults in heterosexual and LGBT+ relationships, and in the potential for child to parent abuse. In all our work we are led by the evidence, and in order to build our evidence base, we’ve developed a survey asking men and boys who are survivors of domestic abuse about their experiences. The survey will be open until 13 August.
We want to gather voices from all backgrounds and in all parts of the UK. The survey should take around ten minutes to complete, and all responses are anonymous. We understand that thinking about these experiences can be difficult, and there is no obligation to answer questions that feel too upsetting.
The information we gather will help to inform our work, with the ultimate aim of ending domestic abuse. It will also help us to amplify the voices of male survivors, and make sure their views and experiences are heard by those with the power to make change.
If you need support
If you are a man experiencing domestic abuse, there is support available:
Men's Advice Line: 0808 801 0327
Dyn Wales/Dyn Cymru: 0808 801 0321 (for men in Wales experiencing domestic abuse)
Galop: 0800 999 5428 (national helpline for lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans people experiencing domestic abuse)
Forced Marriage Unit: 0207 008 0151