The LGBT Health & Development Program

Tag: sexual health


Youth Blog – Ask an Expert: What if I’m Not Sure about Having Sex?

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9th September

Consent means that the people having sex with each other agree to it – and know that they can stop if they want to.



Youth Blog – Queer Women & HIV: Is There Really a Risk?

26th August

When you think of groups at risk for HIV, queer women don’t always come to mind. They can, however, be at risk.



Research Blog – MSM Attitudes toward Condoms when Presented with Newer Options

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18th August

Will getting information on new HIV prevention methods affect how men who have sex with men think and feel about using condoms?



Youth: Join our Parent Adolescent Health Study

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29th July

Gay, Lesbian, or Bi? Help improve young men and women’s health by completing our online survey and get paid!



Parents: Join our Parent Adolescent Health Study

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28th July

Parent of a Gay, Lesbian, or Bi teen? Help improve young men and women’s health by completing our online survey and get paid!



Youth Blog – PEP 101: Be in the Know!

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9th July

Learn how PEP can help prevent HIV infections.



Sexual Compulsivity, State Affect, and Sexual Risk Behavior in a Daily Diary Study of Gay and Bisexual Men

11th June

Sexual compulsivity and affect were examined as potential predictors of sexual risk behavior for gay and bisexual MSM.



Cognitive Influences on Sexual Risk and Risk Appraisals in Men Who Have Sex with Men

11th June

Research shows cognitive variables play an important role in influencing sexual risk in MSM directly and indirectly via risk appraisals.



Research Blog – New IMPACT Research on Online Sexual Health Promotion for LGBT Youth

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5th June

Mixed methods study highlights the feasibility, acceptability, and initial efficacy of the Queer
Sex Ed intervention.



Feasibility, Acceptability, and Initial Efficacy of an Online Sexual Health Promotion Program for LGBT Youth: The Queer Sex Ed Intervention

5th June

Youth in same-sex relationships were recruited into a 5-module, online sexual health intervention. Initial efficacy is described.






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