How intersectional constructions of sexuality, culture, and masculinity shape identities and sexual decision-making among men who have sex with men in coastal Kenya.

@article{Midoun2016HowIC,
  title={How intersectional constructions of sexuality, culture, and masculinity shape identities and sexual decision-making among men who have sex with men in coastal Kenya.},
  author={Miriam M Midoun and Sylvia Shangani and Bibi Mbete and Shadrack Babu and Melissa Hackman and Elise M. van der Elst and Eduard J Sanders and Adrian D. Smith and Don Operario},
  journal={Culture, health & sexuality},
  year={2016},
  volume={18 6},
  pages={625-38}
}
Men who have sex with men are increasingly recognised as one of the most vulnerable HIV risk groups in Kenya. Sex between men is highly stigmatised in Kenya, and efforts to provide sexual health services to men who have sex with men require a deeper understanding of their lived experiences; this includes how such men in Kenya construct their sexual identities and how these constructions affect sexual decision-making. Adult self-identified men who have sex with men (n = 26) in Malindi, Kenya… CONTINUE READING
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