Tag: sexual health
Many different types of sexual health messages are geared at improving safe sex, but which ones work best, and for whom?
When you’re not having sex and it seems like everyone is talking about sex, it can seem like you are the only one not doing it. But are you?
Perceived likelihood of using HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis medications among young men who have sex with men
Study explores interest of YMSM in using PrEP for HIV prevention and the relation of likelihood of use to risk characteristics.
Almost all participants experienced at least one condom error, and this is unlikely to explain racial disparities in HIV rates among YMSM.
Sexual health information seeking online: A mixed-methods study among lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender young people
Study reveals motivations and limits of seeking online sexual health information among a diverse sample of LGBT youth.
Examining racial and ethnic minority differences among YMSM during recruitment for an online HIV prevention intervention study
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
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
Understanding the social networks of LGBT youth can have strong implications for both targets and methods of intervention.
Every state has laws about confidentiality and youth. Find out about what applies to you.
A new study finds that alcohol use is linked to unprotected sex in younger, but not adult, men who have sex with men.