Comparison of gay identified and non-gay Identified MSM in the UK: differences in sociodemographics and sexual health behaviours

Kareena McAloney, Jamie Frankis, Karen Lorimer, Paul Flowers, Mark Davis

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Abstract

Rationale: Knowledge of the health, behaviours and risks of
MSM is drawn from research with gay identified (GI)
MSM. Little evidence specific to non-gay identified
(NGI) MSM. Sexual health influenced by epidemiological, social
and technological change
Questions: Is there heterogeneity among MSM related to their
identify? Are GI and NGI MSM differentially exposured to
sexual health risks? Is there access to information and resources
the same? What does this mean for intervention and care
delivery for MSM?
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 23 Oct 2014

Keywords

  • MSM
  • gay identified
  • sexual health
  • online surveys

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