A Pilot Study of Immigration Status, Homosexual Self-Acceptance, Social Support, and HIV Reduction in High Risk Asian and Pacific Islander Men

@article{Lloyd1999APS,
  title={A Pilot Study of Immigration Status, Homosexual Self-Acceptance, Social Support, and HIV Reduction in High Risk Asian and Pacific Islander Men},
  author={Linda S. Lloyd and Marlene Faust and Jess San Roque and Sana Loue},
  journal={Journal of Immigrant Health},
  year={1999},
  volume={1},
  pages={115-122}
}
This article reports the results of a cross-sectional study that was conducted to describe the sexual behavior and HIV risk reduction behaviors of homosexual and bisexual Asian and Pacific Islander men and to relate immigration status, self-acceptance as a homosexual, and levels of social support to the adoption of safe sexual behaviors in this population. Thirty-one gay and bisexual Asian and Pacific Islander men in San Diego County, California, participated. Generally high levels of knowledge… CONTINUE READING
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