A non-regular commenter on Feminist Critics wrote this:
In many (most/all?) countries there are more male teenage prostitutes than female teenage prostitutes. No one seems to know this, no one seems to care and no one advocates using resources to help them as opposed to the female teenage prostitutes.
Feminist Critics blogger ballgame asked for citations and I looked into it (the following is an amalgam of this comment at FC and this at The Good Men Project):
This is from a comment I made a short while back on FeministCritics, I shortly discuss the shortcomings of the Swedish Crime Survey from BRÅ in regards to sexual assault and rape statistics and also mention the NOVA (Norwegian Social Research) Report titled “The Baltic Sea Regional Study on Adolescents’ Sexuality”. The most startling find of that report is that Polish boys are three times as likely to have experienced sexual abuse in the form of intercourse than girls. I also note that the NOVA Report cites the paper “Adolescent sexual aggression: risk and protective factors” by Borowski, Hogan, Ireland published in Pediatrics 1997 Dec;100(6):E7.
Here it is: