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Grim outlook for gay refugees under new Australian asylum seeker policy

Asylum seekers who travel to Australia by boat will be resettled in Papua New Guinea – a country that jails gay people for up to 14 years - even if they are deemed to be legitimate refugees

Published
24 July 2013
From
Gay Star News
"Strong" argument for providing HPV vaccination to younger gay men in the UK

There is a “strong” argument for extending UK HPV (human papillomavirus) vaccination programmes to young gay men, according to an editorial published in the August edition of

Published
24 July 2013
By
Michael Carter
Gay men diagnosed with a rectal STI have a very high risk of subsequent infection with HIV

The rate of new HIV infections is especially high among gay men recently diagnosed with a rectal sexually transmitted infection (STI), according to research conducted in New

Published
23 July 2013
By
Michael Carter
Billboards urging gay black men to get HIV-tested prompt controversy

Safe-sex advocates say the reaction to the billboards shows how difficult it can be to tailor sexual health messages to fit some black communities in which the subject of sex, specifically non-heterosexual sex, remains taboo.

Published
22 July 2013
From
Los Angeles Times
Thailand’s MSM face alarming HIV rates

Health officials are struggling to stem alarming rates of HIV among men who have sex with men (MSM) in Thailand.

Published
19 July 2013
From
IRIN Plus News
Gay men hacked with machetes and murdered in wave of hate crimes in Kenya

One man dies from attacks. Group points to fallout from discredited study on gays and blames religious extremists for whipping up hatred.

Published
18 July 2013
From
Gay Star News
Outreach with the unreachables: Why online outreach is so important

Previously sexual health outreach was all face-to-face in bars, clubs and other locations whereas now it is a mixture of online – in chat rooms, on apps and on profile sites – and in more traidtional, physical locations. But why is this so important and what are the benefits of doing online outreach specifically?

Published
18 July 2013
From
GMI Partnership
Yusef Azad: The changing face of injecting drug use in the UK

One of the major successes in UK HIV prevention is the low rate of HIV amongst people who inject drugs (around 1%). However, there are a number of developments that threaten this success. Newer demographics of people are starting to inject drugs and the government has made worrying comments which appear critical of opioid substitution therapy (OST).

Published
17 July 2013
From
BMJ blogs
Many gay men enjoy bareback porn, but are concerned about its possible effects on sexual behaviour

Many gay men who watch pornography enjoy and sometimes prefer material in which condoms are not used, but have some anxieties about the potential effects of bareback

Published
17 July 2013
By
Roger Pebody
In a Mexican border town, a friend in the fight against AIDS

Rosember López Samayoa helps those in Chiapas, Mexico, who bear a double stigma: migrants who also are LGBT.

Published
16 July 2013
From
Christian Science Monitor

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