Childhood maltreatment poses a risk factor for adult sexual aggression among men (including frotteurism, coercion, and rape). This study examined links between childhood sexual abuse (CSA) and sexual aggression among 489 adult males, finding stronger links between CSA and sexual aggression indicators than those found for non-sexual abuse (physical abuse, exposure to domestic violence, bullying, and emotional abuse). The study also found the risks of rape were higher among respondents polyvictimized by two or more forms of abuse.