Black young gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men YGBMSM are at high risk for negative health outcomes, though this population is underrepresented in the health literature. An extensive literature review and content analysis of health-related peer-reviewed articles was conducted that targeted Black YGBMSM, examining five content areas: sexual health, health care, substance use, psychosocial functioning, and sociostructural factors. A coding sheet was created to collect information on all content areas and related subtopics and computed descriptive statistics. Important sociostructural factors, including sexual networks and race-based discrimination, were poorly represented.
Black Gay and Bisexual Men Demonstrate High PrEP Adherence in Hotly Anticipated Study
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Who Is at Risk for HIV?
Men who have sex with men MSM , also known as males who have sex with males , are male persons who engage in sexual activity with members of the same sex, regardless of how they identify themselves. The term MSM was created in the s by epidemiologists to study the spread of disease among men who have sex with men, regardless of identity. It does not describe any specific sexual activity, and which activities are covered by the term depends on context.
These Awareness Days urge individuals to have open dialogue about HIV with partners, peers, and families. The CDC is actively involved in providing information through surveillance and research to further understanding of HIV risk in affected populations. In most places in the United States, this meant directing resources to populations where HIV is most concentrated, including among MSM and communities of color. CDC is committed to the continued prioritizing of proven strategies for those at highest risk of HIV infection. Skip directly to search Skip directly to A to Z list Skip directly to navigation Skip directly to page options Skip directly to site content.