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  Explaining sexual violence to boys 11 Mar 2004  
Leicester City fans are waiting with baited breath this week to see what will become of the three players who have been accused of sexual assault. But how do you explain allegations of rape to a young boy?

Karen Pirie talks to some Leicester fans about how they have explained the situation to their children.

And Jenni discusses the issues with Gill Francis, Director of the National Children's Bureau and Richard Fletcher, lecturer in health at Newcastle University in Australia and leading a project to encourage fathers to get more involved with their children.

'Let's Hear It for the Boys! Supporting Sex Relationships Education for Boys and Young Men' 
Published by the National Children's Bureau
ISBN 1900990156

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