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Understanding expert views on defining & reaching heterosexually-identified MSM for health promotion & care

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UNSW, July 2016 BRISE StraightMSM Study Almost no published research exists specifically on heterosexually-identified men who have sex with men in Australia, and the international literature is also scant. Very little is known about the sexual practices, risk perceptions, or information and service needs of these men more broadly. The proportion of heterosexually-identified men who have acquired...

Does attractiveness influence condom use intentions in heterosexual men? An experimental study

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BMJ Open, 2016;6:e010883 doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2015-01088, 17 June 2016 Abstract Objectives Judgements of attractiveness have been shown to influence the character of social interactions. The present study sought to better understand the relationship between perceived attractiveness, perceived sexual health status and condom use intentions in a heterosexual male population. Setting The study...

Women on average are physiologically sexually aroused to both male and female sexual stimuli

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University of Essex, 05 November 2015 When it comes to what turns them on, women are either bisexual or gay, but never straight, according to a new study by the University of Essex. Whereas previous research has shown that women generally are sexually aroused by both men and women to varying degrees, it overlooked the differences between women who are straight or gay. Read more of press release...

Why Straight Men Have Sex With Each Other

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nymag.com, August 5, 2015 When straight women hook up with other straight women, no real explanation is required; when straight men hook up with other straight men, it’s a different story. This divide stems from a common understanding of human sexuality: The female variety of it is more malleable, more inherently open to experimentation and variety, than the male variety. In Not Gay: Sex Between...

Genital warts in young Australians 5 years into national HPV vaccination programme

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BMJ; 346 doi:   Objective To measure the effect on genital warts of the national human papillomavirus vaccination programme in Australia, which started in mid-2007. Conclusions The significant declines in the proportion of young women found to have genital warts and the absence of genital warts in vaccinated women in 2011 suggests that the human papillomavirus vaccine has a high efficacy outside...

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