Parental Monitoring, Parent–Adolescent Communication About Sex, and Sexual Risk Among Young Men Who Have Sex with Men

@article{Thoma2014ParentalMP,
  title={Parental Monitoring, Parent–Adolescent Communication About Sex, and Sexual Risk Among Young Men Who Have Sex with Men},
  author={Brian C. Thoma and David M. Huebner},
  journal={AIDS and Behavior},
  year={2014},
  volume={18},
  pages={1604-1614}
}
Parental monitoring and parent–adolescent communication about sex protect against HIV-related sexual risk behaviors among heterosexual adolescents, but it is unknown if these findings generalize to young men who have sex with men (YMSM). Sexual orientation-specific stressors, including “coming out” to parents, complicate the family context of YMSM. We examined associations between parental monitoring, communication about sex, outness to cohabitating parents, and sexual behaviors. Ethnically… CONTINUE READING
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