The UnderExplored Role of Tiredness in Alcohol Use and Sexual Risk-Taking Among Gay and Bisexual Men

@inproceedings{Millar2017TheUR,
  title={The UnderExplored Role of Tiredness in Alcohol Use and Sexual Risk-Taking Among Gay and Bisexual Men},
  author={Michelle A Millar},
  year={2017}
}
Numerous factors have been shown to increase the likelihood of risk-taking in the realms of alcohol use and sexual behavior— and many studies have focused on these behaviors among gay and bisexual men (GBM), given the health disparities that exist in substance use and HIV/STI infections. After a brief review of the personand situation-level variables that have already been identified, I will argue for the relevance of also considering a previously under-explored situation-level factor in… CONTINUE READING

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