Special Section on Sexual Health in Gay and Bisexual Male Couples Published in Archives of Sexual Behavior
Findings answer new questions and challenge traditional research on male couples. Co-edited by Dr. Mustanski with contributions from IMPACT.
Complex representations of gender expressions and identities are often overlooked but are important to understanding minority stress.
Ed describes sexual health and introduces the Queer Sex Ed online intervention for queer youth.
Keep yourself healthy through good communication. Now is the time to start the conversation.
Bisexual women may be at increased risk for sexual assaults over their life spans, especially when problematic drinking behaviors occur.
Men who have sex with men use condoms less with female partners than males, but we know little about the health needs of these men.
Bisexuals are often rendered invisible by the LGBT and heterosexual communities. How does this “bi-invisibility” impact bisexual health?
GLB teens report higher rates of victimization and violence involvement in some studies. Is there a relationship here?
To help guys think about risk in different kinds of relationships, here are some tips from IMPACT!
The CDC recommends that everyone between the ages of 13 and 65 get tested for HIV at least once.