Racial and sexual orientation identity and social support as predictors of sexual risk-taking behavior among African-American men who have sex with men

@inproceedings{Hucks2004RacialAS,
  title={Racial and sexual orientation identity and social support as predictors of sexual risk-taking behavior among African-American men who have sex with men},
  author={Tonya Camille Hucks},
  year={2004}
}
Results from the Young Men’s Survey (Valleroy et al, 2000) suggest that two factors associated with HIV risk among MSMs: 1) being a member of an ethnic/racial minority and 2) history of anal sex with another man. Furthermore, the literature suggests that gay men who do not accept their sexual identity practice risky sexual behaviors more than gay men who are more accepting of their sexual identity (Meyer et al, 1995). Furthermore, researchers have suggested that MSMs who have positive ethnic or… CONTINUE READING

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