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  • Pregnancy prevention and contraceptive preferences of online sex workers in the UK. [Journal Article]
    Eur J Contracept Reprod Health Care 2019; :1-5Lowe P, Pilcher K, … Ross JDC
  • CONCLUSIONS: Service providers need to take account of both personal and commercial needs during contraceptive consultations and avoid making assumptions based on homogeneous understandings of sex work. Encouraging disclosure of sex work to facilitate appropriate discussions may need new approaches to combat privacy and stigma concerns.
  • Utility of a US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) label indication for condoms for anal sex. [Journal Article]
    Sex Health 2019Siegler AJ, Ahlschlager L, … Cecil MP
  • Condoms are highly effective for HIV prevention, yet are not currently indicated by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for anal sex. We surveyed a national sample of men who have sex with men to assess whether FDA label indication could affect anticipated condom use, and to determine levels of perceived condom failure for anal sex. We found that 69% of respondents anticipated that a label …
  • Trends in Sexual Risk Behaviors Among Hispanic/Latino Men Who Have Sex with Men - 19 Urban Areas, 2011-2017. [Journal Article]
    MMWR Morb Mortal Wkly Rep 2019; 68(40):873-879Trujillo L, Chapin-Bardales J, … National HIV Behavioral Surveillance Study Group
  • Correct and consistent condom use and human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) preexposure prophylaxis (PrEP) are protective against sexual transmission of HIV (1,2). The incidence of HIV infection among Hispanic/Latino men who have sex with men (MSM) in the United States is increasing (3). HIV risk among Hispanic/Latino MSM differs based on their place of birth and years of U.S. residence (4). Data fr…
  • Prevalence of parental bereavement among female sex workers (FSW) in Kibra, Kenya. [Journal Article]
    J Loss Trauma 2019; 24(2):129-142Denckla CA, Ongeri L, … Manduku V
  • Female sex workers (FSW) residing in Kibra, Kenya experience elevated exposure to adverse events, yet the prevalence of parental bereavement is not well characterized. This cross-sectional pilot study on 301 FSWs residing in Kibra, Kenya found that 67.7% of these women were parentally bereaved. Significantly fewer parentally bereaved women reported historical use of condoms and emergency contrace…
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