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It is widely recognized that current HIV intervention models are falling short of their goals. What are the alternatives?To answer this question, New International Directions in HIV Prevention for Gay and Bisexual Men presents a collection of articles from European and American authors that rival dominant paradigms of HIV prevention. Researchers, practitioners, and community organizations will be challenged to examine current assumptions and to consider neglected aspects of risk behavior such as love, trust, and the dynamics of sexual intimacy. New International Directions in HIV Prevention for Gay and Bisexual Men explores models and theories that will help you develop more effective HIV prevention programs to better serve patients and clients.New International Directions in HIV Prevention for Gay and Bisexual Men offers you fresh perspectives on prevention work by examining risk behaviors in the interactional, communal, and social contexts in which they are practiced. You will receive alternative explanations and reasons for HIV risk that go beyond current approaches and that introduce possibilities for new intervention strategies. Written by experts in the field, the chapters in New International Directions in HIV Prevention for Gay and Bisexual Men will give you insight into new ideas and developments, including: placing a greater emphasis on improving successful risk management strategies as opposed to quantifying risk factors examining the meaning and context of sexual acts which occur in casual encounters or steady partnerships and incorporating their relevancy into prevention work considering the effects that cultural context and socially constructed meanings have on prevention work and incorporating individuals’values and feelings into prevention strategies focusing on more realistic goals of harm reduction that take sexual decision making into consideration as opposed to expecting abstinence relating the various aspects of sexual encounters–physical attraction, intimacy, reciprocity, and power–to reasons why men choose not to use condomsExamining how gay men can underestimate the risk of HIV in order to meet needs of intimacy, New International Directions in HIV Prevention for Gay and Bisexual Men will help you understand the symbolic dimension of sexual contact. The normal, everyday reasons for having sex without a condom are explored, questioning models which often characterize unprotected sex as being the result of low self-esteem, substance abuse, or some other psychological vulnerability. Presenting data from both qualitative and quantitative research conducted at group and individual levels, this book reveals the complexity of risk behavior, the richness of sexual experience, and the importance of respecting the unique context in which gay men live their sexual lives. New International Directions in HIV Prevention for Gay and Bisexual Men will help you understand this point of view, enabling you to provide patients and clients with more effective HIV prevention and risk management services.
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At last, a stainless steel cock ring that is both beautiful and affordable! this 100% stainless steel cock ring in smoldering black is accented with a gleaming chrome band. this 1.875" beauty ships in a black velvet pouch and is also available in sizes 1.75" and 2.0"
In the early 1980s, gay men pioneered safer sex campaigns long before governments responded to the threat of AIDS. Rates of HIV transmission were drastically reduced through this successful health-related behaviour change. Gay men, however, remain the group most affected by AIDS. The challenge to health educators is to understand the early success, and to learn new strategies to prevent a second wave of the epidemic in the 1990s. This book presents an account of the accumulated knowledge in safer sex education for gay men, and analyzes HIV prevention strategies. The book also features a debate around the professionalization and "de-gaying" of AIDS education and the controversial struggle to refocus on gay men as a priority group for AIDS educators.
Defines homosexuality and examines its various forms and manifestations, with an emphasis on the world of homosexuality since the onset of AIDS.