“Is This Normal? Is This Not Normal? There Is No Set Example”: Sexual Health Intervention Preferences of LGBT Youth in Romantic Relationships
Research surrounding the romantic relationships of LGBT youth provides new findings for developing future sexual health interventions.
How to have a healthy relationship and satisfying sex life when you or your partner has HIV
My partner and I met on a dating app and decided to get serious. Is it okay to keep using this app?
Participants from IMPACT’s Project Q2 explain the difference between “just dating” and “serious.”
Violence between romantic partners – this includes LGBT youth – is alarmingly common and linked to a range of health problems.
What are the connections between sexually transmitted infections, substance use, and romantic relationship patterns over time among YMSM?
Consent means that the people having sex with each other agree to it – and know that they can stop if they want to.
Developmental Change in the Relationship Between Alcohol and Drug Use Before Sex and Sexual Risk Behavior in Young Men Who Have Sex with Men
Found in this longitudinal study was a positive association between alcohol use and sexual risk amongst young men who have sex with men.
Mixed methods study highlights the feasibility, acceptability, and initial efficacy of the Queer
Sex Ed intervention.
Dr. Mustanski gives advice on having tough conversations in a relationship.