When people think of sexual assault, most would probably assume that it is in reference to a man perpetrating an act of violence on a woman. And some people seem to believe that the presence of women in the military in a greater scope is what is fueling the rise in sexual assault cases. So how does that account for the report that 53% of the victims of sexual assault in the military are men? And that most of these attacks are by other men? According to the New York times, there were approximately 26,000 victims of sexual assault in 2012. That would be almost 14,000 men.