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Over the past few years, researchers have begun to explore the use of the personals section on Craigslist. Yet, the exact ramification of such a free sexual advertisement service on MSM's sexual health and sexual risk-taking behaviors are just being documented. As such, we surveyed men by responding to their sexual ads placed on Craigslist. Using Self-Efficacy Theory as our foundation, we posited that MSM who placed more ads and reported more success from these ads would also report more negative health behaviors e. Testing confirmed this hypothesis.
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Health Care Screening for Men Who Have Sex with Men
Gay, Bisexual and Other MSM | STDs | CDC
Men who have sex with men and gay men are at increased risk for certain types of chronic diseases, cancers, and mental health problems. Below is a list of the key health concerns gay men and men who have sex with men should consider discussing with their doctor. Men who have sex with men continue to be at increased risk for HIV infection. Safe sex using condoms and non-petroleum-based lubricants has been proven to reduce the risk of both getting and transmitting HIV. Although HIV is now a disease that can be managed, there is still no cure, and preventing infection remains the key to ending the epidemic. Men who have sex with men should get regular HIV tests and appropriate risk-based counseling about safe sex practices and ways to reduce risk.
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Gay, Bisexual and Other Men Who Have Sex With Men (MSM)
A more recent article on preventive health care for men who have sex with men is available. Men who have sex with men often do not reveal their sexual practices or sexual orientation to their physician. Lack of disclosure from the patient, discomfort or inadequate training of the physician, perceived or real hostility from medical staff, and insufficient screening guidelines limit preventive care.
In order to conceal their same-sex behavior, men who have sex with men and women MSMW who do not disclose their same-sex behavior to female partners must be cautious in their attempts to find potential male partners. This study interviewed 46 non-gay identified, non-disclosing MSMW to identify the venues where they meet male sexual partners and the strategies they use to reduce the likelihood of discovery when at such venues. These findings provide insight into the coping strategies these men use to manage the conflicting needs to conceal their behavior and meet sexual partners. However, this desire to prevent discovery poses challenges to their ability to identify and meet potential male sexual partners. Specifically, non-disclosing MSMW must negotiate their need to conceal their behavior while also selectively disclosing in order to find and attract potential male sexual partners.