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.
How to start small to conquer a big fear.
Keep yourself healthy through good communication. Now is the time to start the conversation.
Mixed methods study findings are highlighted and implications for intervention are presented.
Study explores effects of partner and relationship characteristics on the frequency of unprotected sex within young MSM relationships.
The Effects of Sexual Partnership and Relationship Characteristics on Three Sexual Risk Variables in Young Men Who Have Sex With Men
Sexual risk behavior in YMSM appears to be determined by sexual partner characteristics, relationship dynamics, and sexual role.
HIV information and behavioral skills moderate the effects of relationship type and substance use on HIV risk behaviors among African American youth
Partnership-level approach provides insight into the complex interactions of situational and cognitive factors in sexual risk taking.
Intimacy, Monogamy, and Condom Problems Drive Unprotected Sex Among Young Men in Serious Relationships with Other Men: A Mixed Methods Dyadic Study
Mixed method study of YMSM in serious relationships found that decision-making processes have implications for HIV prevention interventions.
To help guys think about risk in different kinds of relationships, here are some tips from IMPACT!
The IMPACT Program has been asking young LGBT couples, “Who are your role models for having a healthy relationship?”