Demographic Differences in PrEP-Related Stereotypes: Implications for Implementation

@article{Golub2015DemographicDI,
  title={Demographic Differences in PrEP-Related Stereotypes: Implications for Implementation},
  author={Sarit. A. Golub and Kristi E Gamarel and Anthony Surace},
  journal={AIDS and Behavior},
  year={2015},
  volume={21},
  pages={1229-1235}
}
Qualitative interviews about pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) stereotypes were conducted with a subsample of 160 MSM who participated in a PrEP messaging study. Negative stereotypes about PrEP users were identified by 80 % of participants. Two types of stereotypes were most common: PrEP users are HIV-infected (and lying about it), and PrEP users are promiscuous and resistant to condom use. Participants’ identification of these stereotype categories differed significantly by demographic factors… CONTINUE READING
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