By Peter Wright
Excerpt from the 3-part series, “A male-centered approach to disability.”
Disabled males are four times more likely than nondisabled men to be sexually assaulted or raped. The researchers of that study found that more than 5 percent of disabled men reported experiencing sexual assault during the past year, about equal to sexual assaults against disabled women.
Citation:  Mitra, Monika, Vera E.