Why can’t this man talk about rape?

How easy is it for a man to talk about rape? Do they have any right to get involved in the conversation? Do we care what they have to say?

We need more men to get involved in conversations about rape, assault and abuse. Which means we need to recognise how hard that can be. Talking about abuse is hard – even for those of us who do it all the time.

Chris Packe shares his thoughts in the video below and will have more to say at The Clear Lines Festival on August 1st.

Get involved in the conversation at the UK’s first festival on sexual assault. Chris will be part of ‘Where have all the good men gone?’ on the 1st August, with White Ribbon’s James Chespy, Alex Feis-Bryce from National Ugly Mugs Scheme and Dr Nina Burrowes.