In many residential situations, hazing is common. It is still abuse. It was starting to get stamped out back in the 80s. I was on a small college soccer team and hazing was tradition in training camp. As a freshman, I made it out a window when they came for me and after an hour long chase they finally caught me in a wooded area. For the trouble I cause, I was stripped and duct taped to a lamp post in front of our dorm which was on another campus. A few cute coeds were quite amused by my predicament. However complaints were made and the seniors were told to tone it down. The next year, a goalie got strapped to a college sign above a major highway. The police were called by a passerby. That was the end of it as the senior's and captains were treated to an "extra practice" by the coach with the freshman seated in the bleachers. I suspect that may have been a form of hazing, not something they were sexually motivated to do. Not that it excuses them or reduces the damage to the victims.
God grant me
The Serenity to accept the things I cannot change,
The Courage to change the things I can,
And the Wisdom to know the difference.