Marital sexual violence perpetrated by husbands against their wives has been a form of gendered violence reported by contemporary women in Vietnam. This chapter examines social suffering resulting from marital sexual violence experienced by women and others touched by this gender violence in the women’s communities, emphasizing the reality that the suffering is shared with others. It argues two main points regarding how to address marital sexual violence in a more culturally and socially appropriate manner on a global scale. First, the chapter suggests to fully understand the breadth and diversity of the suffering experienced by a broad range of people impacted by marital sexual violence. This can help us more accurately comprehend the extent of the shared suffering caused by marital sexual violence among people living within a community. Second, the chapter also argues to account for how forms of care for women experiencing marital sexual abuse are embedded within broad social and cultural systems, and relations of power.