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This paper describes sexual risk behaviours and HIV testing amongst men who cruise an urban public sex environment PSE in southern England. As such, this represents the first peer-review study generalizable to the wider population of urban PSE users.
Positive men were ificantly more likely to report unsafe sex within the PSE in the last year. In concert, these findings suggest the importance of in situ targeted health promotion to prevent PSE-based risks. Our thanks go to Tim, Bob, Michael and David, whose voluntary research work made this study possible, to Lee and Stephen for their help, to Orla for her comments and of course, to the men who took part.
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s Published online: 21 Aug Acknowledgments Our thanks go to Tim, Bob, Michael and David, whose voluntary research work made this study possible, to Lee and Stephen for their help, to Orla for her comments and of course, to the men who took part. Log in via your institution Loading institutional options Access through your institution. Username Password Forgot password? Restore content access Restore content access for purchases made as guest. Issue Purchase - Online Checkout. More Share Options. Related research People also read lists articles that other readers of this article have read.
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