The LGBT Health & Development Program

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Youth Blog—Some “Dos and Don’ts” for Online Meeting, Chatting, and Dating

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4th March

How do you use social media to make new friends or date? Here are some tips that can help keep you safe online.

The Intersection of Youth, Technology, and New Media with Sexual Health: Moving the Research Agenda Forward

27th December

Study explores the feasibility, acceptability, and effectiveness of using new media and technology for LGBT sexual health promotion.

Tip of the Iceberg: Young Men Who Have Sex with Men, the Internet, and HIV Risk

11th October

YMSM and those who seek partners online were investigated to see if engaging in these behaviors placed them at more or less risk for HIV and other STIs.

Sexual health information seeking online: A mixed-methods study among lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender young people

23rd August

Study reveals motivations and limits of seeking online sexual health information among a diverse sample of LGBT youth.

Are sexual partners met online associated with HIV/STI risk behaviours? Retrospective and daily diary data in conflict

16th August

MSM who engage in high-risk sex use the Internet to meet sexual partners; meeting partners online doesn’t necessarily cause high-risk sex.

Examining racial and ethnic minority differences among YMSM during recruitment for an online HIV prevention intervention study

16th August

Results highlight the importance of engaging Black YMSM during recruitment for online interventions.

The interplay between online and offline explorations of identity, relationships, and sex: A mixed-methods study with LGBT youth

1st August

Mixed-methods study shows LGBT youth use the Internet to compensate for perceived limitations in offline resources and relationships.

IMPACT Program Faculty Awarded Two Grants to Conduct Social Networks Analysis Research with LGBT Youth

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1st August

Understanding the social networks of LGBT youth can have strong implications for both targets and methods of intervention.

Internet use and sexual health of young men who have sex with men: A mixed-methods study

25th February

Young gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men (MSM) experience sexual health disparities due to a lack of support in settings that traditionally promote positive youth development. The Internet may help to fill this void, but little is known about how it is used for sexual health purposes among young MSM.

Getting wired: Exploiting the internet for the collection of valid sexuality data

3rd February

This article looks at the benefits, risks, and future of sex research over the Internet.

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