Sexual Behaviors of Non-gay Identified Non-disclosing Men Who Have Sex with Men and Women

@article{Siegel2008SexualBO,
  title={Sexual Behaviors of Non-gay Identified Non-disclosing Men Who Have Sex with Men and Women},
  author={Karolynn Siegel and Eric W Schrimshaw and Helen-Maria Lekas and Jeffrey T. Parsons},
  journal={Archives of Sexual Behavior},
  year={2008},
  volume={37},
  pages={720-735}
}
The sexual behaviors of non-gay identified men who have sex with men and women (MSMW) who do not disclose their same-sex behavior to their female partners (referred to by some as men “on the down low”) were examined, including the potential for these men to serve as a “bisexual bridge” for HIV and STD acquisition and transmission. Self-reported sexual behavior data were collected as part of an exploratory study of an ethnically diverse (41% African American, 35% Latino, 22% White, and 2% Asian… 
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