RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The silence of men was the capsule that trapped him in his own story, but on the other hand, even after a long time, it helped him find meaning to resignify the traumatic experience of his youth.
"I thought I was the only man who had been a victim of sexual violence. I only sought help in my 30s," says Ângelo Fernandes, founder of Quebrar o Silêncio, an association that welcomes adolescents and adult males who have suffered sexual abuse. In four years of operation, the entity based in Portugal has received almost 400 requests . . .