Sorry there was no big announcement or anything, and it's my fault the mods didn't know anything about this.
I created a MS You Tube channel a while back because of some ideas I had and I didn't want to lose the name.
At first there were grand ideas about having a way for survivors to send in questions that could be answered with a video reply etc. I knew that was down the road but I thought it would still be a good place to post positive videos that would interest survivors. Well life is full of grand ideas but little time, and other important obligations kept pushing this project off.
If you guys have any suggestions for some videos go ahead and send them my way via the YouTube account and if I'm able to keep up with them I'll post them when I can.
I'm actually in the film Boyhood Shadows and went to the premier in September. This is the link in the world news forum: http://www.malesurvivor.org/board/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=250180&page=1#Post250180
Another article about the film said this:
...The premier Internet site on the subject is http://www.MaleSurvivor.org,
a national organization that works against male sexual victimization. Its president, Curtis St. John, said in Boyhood Shadows that one day he heard a woman lecture about domestic violence, saying "Those who can speak need to stand up and speak for those who can't." That was it for St. John. He decided to speak. And he hasn't stopped. The website boasts many resources and a healthy online community, with 5,623 registered users and 245,000 posts on 52 forums.
So there you go. Sorry if this caused some confusion.