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Men who are targeted

Men who are targeted

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It is estimated that 1 out every 10 men will be stalked during their life time. Many of those stalkers will be ex partners, male or female. However, men are also stalked by other men often related to their work. A colleague that believes that they, not the victim, should have received a promotion. Someone that is jealous of, or threatened by, the victim.

The stalking is often focused on trying to discredit or ruin the victim's reputation, or cause some financial harm. The stalker may try to get them fired or cause them severe disruption making it difficult for the victim to work. 

Although male victims are less likely to be under physical risk, stalkers can very persistent and difficult to stop. The impact on the victim is the same as other stalking victims.

Racial and culture

Racial and culture