Nah, the victim usually doesn't cry during the acts. They're even conditioned to accept them as normal and just carry on. It's only later in life when they realize how abnormal it was, and what was really going on, that they become emotional from the contrast of their experience vs. societal expectations.
Not to discount that abusing a child is fucking disgusting, but it's all relative. Imagine if Sinfest was the standard for social norms. The way it portrays the average everyday joe like some soul-less meatfucker, a guy might cry after reading it since he'd believe up until that point he lived a fucked up life he thought was normal, only to find out later that he was "betrayed" by his ignorance and loved ones.
It's like how every generation believes the previous fucked up the world and now they have a mess to deal with. Some hair-trigger emotional basket cases get pretty upset when they think about the contrast of then vs. now since they had an idyllic context until the point it was challenged. The victim shit is just there to take advantage of that and promote social engineering on some level.>this happened to me when I was younger>oh no, you were a victim! please cry about it>why?>so you can be emotional and vulnerable enough to manipulate into thinking the way I want you to
You can't expect someone to have a high enough level of maturity to separate past and present when all they've done is float through life and let it affect them, as conflicting ideals in situational contexts will break you down if you never thought about it before.
That's why "real men" don't cry. Not because they're tough, but because they know better. Not everyone knows better so ease off the criticism. Faggot.