4 edition of Factors influencing condom use in 16 to 25 year old gay and bisexual males found in the catalog.
Factors influencing condom use in 16 to 25 year old gay and bisexual males
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Knowledge, attitudes, practices and behaviors associated with female condoms in developing countries: a scoping review Lizzie Moore,1 Mags Beksinska,1,2 Alnecia Rumphs,3 Mario Festin,4 Erica L Gollub3 1MatCH Research (Maternal, Adolescent and Child Health Research), Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, University of the Witwatersrand, Westville, . A fall in the proportion of gay and bisexual men using condoms is behind the rise in HIV infections in those groups in the UK, say researchers.
Black gay couples tend to practice safe sex but don't talk about it, while white gay couples discuss safety but are less likely to use condoms, according to . African-American women are disproportionately affected by HIV, accounting for 60% of all cases among women in the United States. Although their race is not a precursor for HIV, the socioeconomic and cultural disparities associated with being African American may increase their risk of infection. Prior research has shown that interventions designed to reduce Cited by:
A CDC study found that condom use among sexually active high schoolers dropped from 63 percent in to 57 percent in A study that same year . Decisions About Condom Use Among Gay Couples Vary by Race. Black gay couples more likely to practice safe sex, study shows. Please note: This article was published more than one year ago. The facts and conclusions presented may have since changed and may no longer be accurate. And "More information" links may no longer work.
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As a formative step for the development of a text messaging HIV prevention intervention, this mixed methods study aimed to understand how adolescent gay and bisexual males (AGBM) make decisions about condom use and factors that may differ based on age, sexual experience, and rural versus urban by: A sample of homosexually active men were recruited from genitourinary medicine clinics and non clinic sources and interviewed in relation to their sexual behaviour and factors that might influence their use of condoms.
Three hundred and eighty three men (76%) reported penetrative anal sex in the previous by: Young men who have sex with men have the highest rates of new HIV infections in the U.S., but they have been understudied relative to other populations.
As a formative step for the development of a text messaging HIV prevention intervention, this mixed methods study aimed to understand how adolescent gay and bisexual males (AGBM) make decisions about Cited by: Nine hundred fifty-five of 1, (69 per cent) gay and bisexual men enrolled in a prospective study of the natural history of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection who reported engaging in anal intercourse in the past six months were surveyed about condom use practices for both insertive (IAI) and receptive anal intercourse (RAI).Cited by: Factors associated with condom use differ depending on whether a woman has a history of sexually transmitted disease (STD), according to a study of women attending public STD clinics in Alabama.
1 Women reporting a history of any STD had an increased likelihood of using condoms with their main partner if they viewed condom use as important in a long-term relationship.
ABSTRACT This study examined the rewards and costs that lesbians and gay men experience in their sexual relationships. Participants were 23 lesbians and 15 gay men who completed questionnaires and participated in a semi-structured interview.
Frequently identified sexual rewards included emotional and physical intimacy, feeling accepted and supported, Cited by: For example, 71 (%) of the gay and bisexual men were in the maintenance stage for using a condom during anal intercourse with a casual partner versus only 36% with a primary partner.
Although there was significantly more condom use with casual partners, most of the gay and bisexual men did not use condoms with their primary by: A mixed-methods study of condom use and decision making among adolescent gay and bisexual males.
AIDS Behav. ;18(10) AIDS Behav. ;18(10) Thank you to Emilie Chen for. Arrington-Sanders R, Morgan A, Oidtman J, Gomez MC, Ogunbajo A, Trent M et al. Context of First Same-Sex Condom Use and Nonuse in Young Black Gay and Bisexual Males.
Journal of Research on Adolescence. Dec 1;26(4)Cited by: 8. Among the to year-olds diagnosed with HIV in80 percent were gay and bisexual males. CDC’s new data point to the need for additional research and multiple strategies to address both sexual and drug-related risks for HIV infection among adolescent and young adult gay and bisexual males.
The female condom is a proven effective female controlled HIV prevention device. Sociocultural and biological factors predispose women to a heavier burden of HIV/AIDS than men.
In Cameroon, with a high prevalence of HIV/AIDS, no study has investigated the factors influencing use of the female condom. This study was aimed to identify the factors influencing utilization of. Condom Use and Sexual Identity Among Men Who Have Sex With Men -- Dallas, Safer sex practices intended to reduce the risk for human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection have been vigorously promoted among men who are homosexual or bisexual (i.e., men who.
G Condom Use in Uganda and Zimbabwe Despite this recognition, there has been little systematic investigation of the routes through which the sociocultural construction of gender actually influences risk-related behaviors or the factors that might encourage changes in elements of gender systems that promote safer behavior vis-à-vis HIV/ Size: KB.
condom use and consistency. Teen males who disagree with the ideas that condoms reduce physical pleasure and that it would be embarrassing to discuss condom use with a new partner have higher levels of condom use and consistency.
This is also the case for teen males who agree that a new partner would appreciate it if they use a condom. (Figure 2). Evidence of high risk sex between gay men continues to be reported, as does a range of sexual behaviour. Three hundred and sixty-nine homosexually active men from different areas of England were each assessed twice at an an interval of 9 months in order to examine the extent to which a number of social-psychological factors predicted subsequent high risk sexual Cited by: 8.
% of abortions are performed on 15 to 19 year old girls, whereas less than 1% are carried out on girls less than 15 years of age-Legislation mandating parental consent for an adolescent girl's abortion has been justified by several assumptions: *High risk of harm from abortion *Adolescents' inability to make an adequately informed decision.
Health behavior interventions based on Theory of Planned Behavior address participants’ personally-held beliefs, perceived social norms, and control over the behavior.
New data are always needed to “member check” participants’ decision processes and inform interventions. This qualitative study investigates decision processes around condom use among 81 homeless Cited by: Probing the sociocultural factors influencing female condom use among heterosexual women in Clermont, Durban.
These inequalities have hindered most women’s ability to insist on condom use or refuse sex. This study was conducted to probe and understand the factors that influence the use or non-use of female condoms where gender Author: Nelisiwe. Mnguni. For example, among to year-olds, female prevalence (%) is times higher than that of males (%).
5 Young women with older partners were also at increased risk for HIV infection. Among men and women, increasing partner numbers and inconsistent condom use were significantly associated with HIV infection. Condom Use among Young African American Men: Implications for Planning Interventions occurred among African American males ages years old.
Correct condom use remains a challenge in this population and efforts to increase condom use among minority males has been a formidable challenge.
showed that condom use ranged from 16% (never. Rates of HIV infection are rapidly increasing among women in the United States and worldwide.1,2 The majority of new infections are among women who contracted the virus from their primary male sexual partners;3 the predominance of this route of transmission reflects that condom use is lower in primary relationships than in casual or paying relationships.4–6 A.
Poor condom use common among gay, bisexual black men. but about 16 percent are unaware of their infection, according to the Department of Health and Human Services. likelihood of HIV.Sexual Health C. A. Graham et al. HIV-positive gay men who had recently seroconverted, erection problems in association with condom use were a common concern.9 Further, reported inability to achieve or maintain an erection sometimes led to a decision not to.