It depends on his mentality. Some become perpetrators of the same crime they were subjected too (in some form or fashion). Some become withdrawn, shutting out any and everything. This person is also dangerous because in time they will explode. Some stay the victim seeking out the situation/people that will put them back in that position. <----this one is called "Learned helplessness". <br />
A very rare small select few learn from there mistakes, see what actions put them there, correct those behaviors and move one to a healthy happy life. Inform this "friend of a friend" to be prepared it's going to be a long journey as he tries to piece his life and himself back together.
It'll give him an incentive not to go back.
Strangely enough, today I read a report about a detention centre where, during the 70s and 80s, the inmates were systematically raped by a lot of the staff. Even now some of the men cannot work and won't leave the house. What is worse is that they weren't believed when they were released and went to the police. The world is insane.
No idea , scared probably . My dad is locked up , nothing ever happened to him
He either liked it,or he will keep himself out of trouble from now on.
I don't care. Perhaps he will pass the information onto his male counterparts about the horrors of rape
he wont commit any more crimes
Not only is that not true it's flat out ignorant! Do we make jokes about women being raped? How about the women raped it prison, is that a "bet they don't commit more crimes" sorta thing? How about the people that are wrongly convicted? How about the small time criminals, is that justified? Fact is, if you look at the statics, those "small time" criminals that are abused in prison get out and are now violent criminals. Several mass murders were raped in prison, got out and went insane..