Sex and the Internet: Gay men, risk reduction and serostatus

@article{Davis2006SexAT,
  title={Sex and the Internet: Gay men, risk reduction and serostatus},
  author={M. Davis and G. Hart and G. Bolding and L. Sherr and J. Elford},
  journal={Culture, Health \& Sexuality},
  year={2006},
  volume={8},
  pages={161 - 174}
}
Access to the Internet has increased dramatically over the past decade as has its use for meeting sexual partners (e‐dating), particularly among gay men. Between June 2002 and January 2004, 128 gay/bisexual men living in London were interviewed one‐to‐one about their experience of e‐dating, sexual risk and HIV prevention. The men were recruited both online (through the Internet) and offline (in clinics and the community); 32 men were HIV‐positive, 59 HIV‐negative, while 13 had never had an HIV… Expand
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