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Key informant interviews, in-depth interviews and focus groups were conducted to examine ways in which social context influenced the behavior of Brazilian, Colombian and Dominican men who have sex with men. First, we investigated how the social context in the home country affected motivation for migration. Findings suggest that Latino men who have sex with men frequently reported coming to the USA to escape homo-negativity and to achieve greater sexual freedom. The study also examined how the social context encountered in the early years after migration shaped sexual behavior and risk. A majority of the participants reported easy access to sex partners and frequent sexual encounters.

Beyond 'MSM': Sexual Desire Among Bisexually-Active Latino Men in New York City.

Latino Gay and Bisexual Men’s Relationships with Non-Gay-Identified Men Who Have Sex With Men

Either your web browser doesn't support Javascript or it is currently turned off. In the latter case, please turn on Javascript support in your web browser and reload this page. Sexualities , 01 Feb , 7 1 : DOI: Free to read. Latino male bisexuality has been studied for the most part with a focus on men who have sex with men MSM and with little attention to sexual desire.

Latino Gay and Bisexual Men’s Relationships with Non-Gay-Identified Men Who Have Sex With Men

This study investigated relationships between Latino gay-identified men in metropolitan New York City and their non-gay-identified male partners. A majority of participants reported having had sex with heterosexually identified men, and in many cases, the relationship was sustained over time. We found mixed results concerning an attitude sometimes attributed to Latinos that sexual orientation is defined by sexual role, with receptive MSM seen as gay and insertive MSM seen as straight. Although there were no significant associations between partner sexual orientation and unprotected anal intercourse, gay men were less likely to take the insertive role in oral or anal sex with straight-identified male partners than with gay partners.
Among non-U. Sexual risk behavior was measured by two variables: 1 condomless anal sex during the previous 12 months and 2 unprotected anal sex, defined as condomless anal sex without having taken PrEP at any time during the previous 12 months. Differences in the trends by place of birth and years of U. Analyses were conducted using SAS version 9. The prevalence of unprotected anal sex decreased during — among all groups, with the largest decrease occurring among U.