Gay and bisexual men's use of the Internet: research from the 1990s through 2013.

@article{Grov2014GayAB,
  title={Gay and bisexual men's use of the Internet: research from the 1990s through 2013.},
  author={Christian Grov and Aaron S. Breslow and Michael E. Newcomb and Joshua G. Rosenberger and Jose Arturo Bauermeister},
  journal={Journal of sex research},
  year={2014},
  volume={51 4},
  pages={390-409}
}
We document the historical and cultural shifts in how gay and bisexual men have used the Internet for sexuality between the 1990s and 2013-including shifting technology as well as research methods to study gay and bisexual men online. Gay and bisexual men have rapidly taken to using the Internet for sexual purposes: for health information seeking, finding sex partners, dating, cybersex, and pornography. Men have adapted to the ever-evolving technological advances that have been made in… CONTINUE READING
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