Sexual Risk Behavior In Men Attending Mardi Gras Celebrations In New Orleans, Louisiana

  title={Sexual Risk Behavior In Men Attending Mardi Gras Celebrations In New Orleans, Louisiana},
  author={Eric G. Benotsch and MA ChristopherD.Nettles and Felicia Wong MPH and BA JeanRedmann and Jill Boschini MPH and Steven D. Pinkerton and Kathleen Ragsdale and BS JohnJ.Mikytuck},
  journal={Journal of Community Health},
Previous research with travelers points to higher risk behaviors during vacations. Relative to their day-to-day lives, leisure travelers have more free time to pursue sexual activities and are likely to engage in higher rates of substance use than when at home. Risk behaviors during vacation have not been thoroughly examined in men who have sex with men (MSM), a key group at risk for HIV. The present investigation examined substance use, sexual risk behaviors, and components of the Information… CONTINUE READING
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