Table 5 shows statistics for members of our validation dataset, composed exclusively of gay males known to the authors a priori ; all had between 3. Philadelphia: Saunders. Sexual-role behaviour variations according to partner characteristics in Latino gay and bisexual men. These studies provide insight into possible strategies that young GBQ Our participants reported that they or other gay- identified men may use to negotiate dominant masculinity ideologies in the U.
We did not specifically ask all the participants in in-depth interviews about sex with straight men and, therefore, we have limited qualitative data on this issue. While this is problematic in that it has lead to a subsequent re-affirmation of masculinity as a monolithic experience shared by all men, the literature is not conclusive on the extent to or ways in which the adoption of masculine ideologies truly varies between sub-ethnic groups within U.
The coding of the first four interviews was done by three coders in order to establish consistent criteria; a majority of the other interviews were coded by two coders. Culture, Health, and Sexuality. These results indicate that communication about risk factors e.
Participants in the quantitative survey responded to questions concerning several sexual encounters. Support Center Support Center. The researchers mainly focused on answers to one question: whether someone ever had sex with a same-sex partner, even once. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report.
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For example, some participants suggested that being gay inherently makes a male more feminine or woman-like, and in this way the mere identifying as GBQ becomes an effort to balance two genders. There is additional self—selection bias in that some users decided to change their default privacy settings.
Moreover, although gay men were more likely to have engaged in high risk behaviors e. In a study of WordPerfect users, 92 percent of participants customized the software, making an average of 9. The in-depth interview explored several issues that young GBQ males experience, such as challenges to developing various identities i.
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