By Peter Aggleton, Peter Davies, Graham Hart

ISBN-10: 0203362535

ISBN-13: 9780203362532

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A few 12 years into the epidemic, with an efficient preventive vaccine or remedy opposed to HIV disorder nonetheless to be chanced on, this e-book displays at the contributions of social and behavioural study to the improvement of interventions for prevention. After over a decade's paintings documenting HIV and AIDS-related wisdom, attitudes and behavior, social researchers have all started to concentration extra basically on perceptions of sexual defense and chance, and the standards that give a contribution to those. the problems addressed by means of the booklet have been tested in the course of 3 significant meetings in 1994: the once a year convention of the British Sociological organization, the 2d foreign convention at the BioPsychoSocial facets of AIDS and the Xth foreign convention on AIDS. The booklet brings jointly key papers offered at every one of those meetings, documenting problems with focal challenge to social researchers, coverage makers and well-being educators within the mid-1990s.

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Second, it is misleading because, by associating HIV and other infections with such sensational practices, it tends to divert attention from the fact that HIV can be very successfully transmitted by any kind of sex which involves penile penetration, either anal or vaginal. Heterosexual missionary position marital sex is a much more efficient route of HIV transmission than penetration with a bottle. Third, such a characterization involves a failure to acknowledge that gay communities both invented safe sex and practise it on a wide scale.

The following quotation from the entry on Sitges reflects the tenor of TRAVEL, SEXUAL BEHAVIOUR AND GAY MEN 41 the brochure and clearly suggests that the opportunity for sexual encounters is one of the things that gay men ‘require’ from a holiday: Sip a glass of local wine in a pavement cafe and let the Spanish way of life embrace you while you decide your next move. There are plenty of gay bars and discos to explore for those close encounters of the romantic kind. After a leisurely breakfast ease yourself into the day, flop on the beach and spend a few languorous moments contemplating your navel or somebody else’s.

S26) Such material may also serve to strengthen prejudices towards marginalized groups and to reinforce a sense of the irrelevance of HIV/AIDS among those as yet not directly affected by it. There is a possibility, therefore, that a chapter such as this, which aims to consider recent evidence relating to travel, sexual behaviour and gay men, may be seen as irrelevant to the urgent task of HIV prevention with gay men who continue to be at risk in their home environments, or worse, as positively harmful in serving only to strengthen a formidable and 38 STEPHEN CLIFT AND JOHN WILKINS dangerous amalgam of homo-and xeno-phobia.

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