Sexual behavior patterns and HIV risks in bisexual men compared to exclusively heterosexual and homosexual men. Patrones de comportamiento sexual y de riesgo al VIH en hombres bisexuales comparados con hombres heterosexuales y homosexuales exclusivos. Harvard School of Public Health. Information from 8 men was obtained; however, the main analysis of this paper refers only to men sexually active in the previous 5 years.
This finding may hombre that bisexual men in Mexico are an ineffective epidemiological bridge for HIV transmission. Key words: HIV; household survey; homosexuality; bisexuality; condom use; Mexico. In the beginning of the AIDS epidemic, regional differences in the patterns que HIV transmission called attention to sexual diversity and cross-cultural differences in the patterns of sexual behavior. AIDS has severely affected homosexually active men since the beginning of the epidemic in the United States, Western Europe, and other countries with similar patterns of the epidemic.
Forty percent of the cumulative cases in women were sexually transmitted, the remaining were mainly related to blood transfusions. The information available, que was not routinely analyzed, pointed out that by the end ofthere were only 22 AIDS cases of newborns or infants whose father hombre reported to be bisexual, i. HIV transmission due to intravenous drug use was almost negligible 0.
Questions concerning the role of bisexual men in sustaining a heterosexual epidemic still remain unanswered. For instance, in one of the few studies involving bisexual men, it was concluded that bisexually identified men are unlikely to constitute a common vector for spreading HIV disease to women in San Francisco, California.
In previous communications, significant bisexual behavior has been reported among men interviewed in a crosssectional convenience sample of gay gathering places in six Mexican cities.
Also, one of the most significant risks for HIV infection in homosexually active men is to practice both insertive and receptive anal intercourse; the most plausible explanation of this increased risk resides in the social construction of the pool from which potential sexual partners are drawn, heterosexual whom such a mixed behavior can be practiced.
Material and Methods. This sample was based on a multistage stratified probability area design. Eight hombre and sixty-eight non-institutionalized men between 15 and 60 years of age were interviewed from a total of 8 eligible households. All men aged years living in each household were considered eligible respondents A sub-sample of 6 of those who were sexually active during the five years previous to the study was the basis for most of the data analysis.
Data analysis was conducted using a twostage variance formula to produce standard errors of parameter estimates, using the SUDAAN software package. This software takes into account weights reflecting the sample design, as well as nonresponse and clustering of the sample.
Clustering in sampling designs may lead to larger standard errors, due to the similarity among individuals in contiguously sampled areas. This loss of precision may be measured by the design effect, defined as "the multiplier to be applied to the variance of a survey estimate under simple random sampling to take account of the complex sample design" The design effects estimated for the sub-sample of homosexual and bisexual men were smaller than 1.
However, for variables reflecting socio-economic status e. The p -values for cross-tabulations were calculated using a chi-squared test statistic analogous to the Pearson chi-squared test for nonsurvey data. Que, when sample crosstabulations had counts of five or less observations per cell, Heterosexual exact test was performed. Interviews included questions about socio-demographic variables, sexual behavior with males and with females and HIV risk perception. The questions on sexual behavior were asked according to three recall que lifetime, past five years, and past year; in addition, some variables were obtained for the last sexual intercourse that might have been referred to variable times of reference but that were thought heterosexual be more reliable than responses linked to periods of reference.
The operational definition of heterosexual behavior included practices of oral, vaginal, or anal intercourse. The operational definition of heterosexual behavior included having engaged in oral or anal intercourse with a male, or physical contact with other men during masturbation.
However, it did not include activities in which no direct contact was reported. The pattern of anal insertive or receptive behavior with other males was constructed from the number of male sexual partners with whom each of these practices was performed in the year prior to the interview. In Table I population estimates for the Mexico City metropolitan area men by gender of sexual partners in different periods hombre reference are presented, according to the sample distribution of respondents.
An estimated 2. Half of the men who had had sex with a man in their lifetime had a male partner in the previous five years: 0. Twenty-nine percent of the men who had had sex with a man in their lifetime had sex with males in the year previous to the interview: 0.
The category of men who had had only male partners in the previous five years 0. The demographic characteristics of the respondents who reported having been sexually active in the previous five years to the study are presented in Table II. Those who reported having sex with other males in the previous five years were younger than exclusive heterosexuals.
In addition, they had higher-level occupations e. Hombre expected, men with exclusive heterosexual behavior were more frequently the head of the household, were married, and had children. Men who had sex with both men and women in the reference period were less likely to be involved in stable relationships with women or with men when compared to exclusive heterosexuals or exclusive homosexuals. The behavior of heterosexual and bisexual men with women during the year previous to the interview is presented in Table III.
There was no significant difference in the number of lifetime female sexual partners between heterosexual and bisexual men. However, bisexual men were more likely to be sexually inactive with women during the previous year. Bisexual men reported a higher frequency of relationships with female sex workers than heterosexuals Sexual behavior with males is que in Table IV. The pattern of insertivereceptive behavior with male partners in the past year was remarkably different between homosexual and bisexual males Figure 1.
Thirty-five percent of exclusively homosexual men did not practice insertive or receptive anal intercourse. Five-percent practiced only insertive behavior. Twenty-seven percent practiced mixed behavior both insertive and receptive anal intercourse. Fourteen percent performed mixed practices. No bisexuals reported receptive intercourse exclusively or as que most frequently practiced behavior Figure 1.
The most preferred sexual practices among bisexuals were oral insertive or being masturbated, rather than anal intercourse. The pattern of behavior practiced in the last sexual encounter with a male partner showed significant differences in the frequency of oral and anal receptive behaviors, as well as in the proportion of men having sex with other men but not engaging in insertive or receptive anal intercourse heterosexual bisexual and homosexual men.
Three percent of the respondents had a paid last sexual intercourse with a male; hombre used a condom during that relationship. There were no significant differences in hombre frequency of condom use between exclusively homosexual and bisexual men, neither by sexual practice nor involvement of payment in the last sexual encounter with a male.
The men who reported no condom use with one of their partner were less educated than those reporting condom use. Only one of these 12 men reported having used a condom ever. Of their activities with other men, only five of the 12 men reported insertive anal sex in the previous year; only one reported being anal receptive in the previous year, only other one reported having been penetrated in his lifetime both less than a dozen times in their lifetime.
Nine of the 12 reported less than five male lifetime sex partners; only one que a current stable male partner. Only one subject reported heterosexual than lifetime sex partners; he was also the only heterosexual reporting having performed oral sex to other men; while 10 of the 12 performed oral insertive roles with their male partners. Only one reported sex with female commercial sex workers and none of them paid for sex with men; however, one reported having received payment for having sex with his last male partner.
The place in which the sexual encounters occurred was in the home of either one in seven of the 12 cases and in public places cars, saunas in the remaining five. These 12 men were more responsive to being asked to have sex heterosexual men, since nine of the hombre were asked to do so, while 10 of the 12 asked their female sex partners to have sex with them. Twelve percent of the subjects reported having had at least one sexually transmitted infection in their lifetime. Bisexual men had a significantly higher frequency of urethritis in the past year than men in the other categories: 0.
Reports on having had lice in the past year was the only situation in which homosexuals had a higher reported frequency: 0. Only 0. The present study was conducted on a population-based representative sample of adult men in Mexico City. The patterns of sexual behavior involving risks for HIV hombre were described according to the gender of sexual partners during the previous five years.
While few bisexual men had risky homosexual practices, and therefore a potential lower probability of being infected, their behavior with women, as well as that of exclusively heterosexual men, was indeed a potential means of transmission for sexually transmitted agents, including HIV, had they been infected.
Anal intercourse with women was practiced by a significantly higher proportion of bisexuals than heterosexuals. Regarding their sexual behavior with males, bisexuals reported significantly fewer male lifetime partners, and fewer partners heterosexual the previous year compared to exclusive homosexuals. Anal intercourse was practiced less frequently by bisexuals compared to homosexuals, and among those bisexuals who practiced anal behavior, the preferred que was anal insertive, which may have a lower risk for acquisition of HIV 14 - Unfortunately, condoms were used only by onethird of the bisexuals while being insertive and by half of them while being anal receptive.
However, during the previous year, bisexual men reported more frequent STIs. Caution, however, must be placed on reports of sexually transmitted diseases because of their inaccuracy: some reports were based on medical diagnoses and others on symptoms. The low hombre of reports of an STI in the past year and the small size of the population of bisexual and homosexual men que have resulted in a lack of statistical power to detect significant differences in the reports of STI by sexual orientation.
Previous research has found that the practices of unprotected anal intercourse and mixed behavior insertive and receptive anal intercourse with males carry considerable risks for HIV. In previous studies of male bisexuality and its repercussions on HIV transmission, two types of conclusions have been drawn.
First, some studies have concluded that behaviorally bisexual men are an efficient conduit between the homosexual male and the female population, even when most of these studies have found a lower HIV risk in bisexual men than in homosexual men. The lack of self identification as bisexuals, even if individuals have sex with men and women, and a consequent lack of risk perception is thought to hinder the adoption of safer sex practices.
This change heterosexual both as a personal risk reduction and as protection for their sexual partners. However measurement of sexual orientation is easier in its behavioral component. In addition, when studying risk factors for HIV sexual transmission, the emphasis has been placed on sexual behaviors that involve body fluids exchange, which in turn are responsible for HIV transmission. Discrepancies between sexual identity and behavior have been reported previously.
In anthropological studies, it has been proposed that Mexican men, who could be heterosexually identified, would participate in same gender sex if there were no open threats to their masculinity.
The threats to their masculinity were considered as adopting 'feminine roles': being anal or oral receptive in sex with other men. Probability surveys on sexual behavior have been carried out only in recent times, and frequently, they are intended to represent national populations. The cost of using probability sampling procedures and the scarcity of funds allocated for these tasks may often encourage researchers to choose smaller samples.
These samples may be statistically representative, but usually the number of individuals interviewed is small, particularly if the group of bisexual men is separated from exclusive homosexuals. Even when the results are based on a small number of sample individuals, because of the low prevalence of bisexual behavior in population-based samples, the probability sampling methodology assures that inference to a larger population be made.
However, the major problem arises when conducting heterosexual analysis, which in general would have que low statistical power to test for significant differences. One of the major limitations of the approach of the study of sexual behavior through surveys is that results usually are contingent on the accuracy of self reported behaviors. In a previous communication, a hombre higher prevalence of HIV was found among individuals who reported same gender sexual behavior in this sample.
The fact that small design effects were found regarding variables of sexual behavior, may imply that most of the people who engage que different patterns of sexual behaviors do not cluster by place of residence. As field observations also suggest, there is no clustering in neighborhoods of homosexual or bisexual males in Mexico City; at least such clustering does not parallel observations from some cities in the United States, particularly those with the largest population counts.
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Peter M. Nardi del Pitzer College dice:. Con demasiada frecuencia, las suposiciones sobre que homosexualidad o la heterosexualidad han llevado a suposiciones sobre la masculinidad o la feminidad Las lesbianas aman que las mujeres y no son lo suficientemente pasivas ni dependen de los hombres.
Por eso que somos perseguidos. Se cree que esto proviene de configuraciones heteronormativas y patriarcales de heterosexual heterosexuales tradicionales. El Dr. El consenso fue que mostrar rasgos masculinos era una ventaja, tanto dentro como fuera del armario.
Los hombres homosexuales o amanerados a veces usan que que John R. Martin Levine dice:. Solamente el 3 por ciento de los hombres heterosexuales se desviaban de la norma.
Tienen una cara diferente para diferentes ocasiones. En conversaciones con otros, experimentan a menudo un cambio sutil. Esto es evidente en hombre mostrada en los anuncios personales para hombres masculinos. EnJ. En hombre argot gay, se suele llamar ser activo a practicar el sexo anal en modo insertivo al que penetra con su pene ; y ser pasivo a tener sexo anal hombre modo receptivo siendo penetrado.
Las consecuencias de estos cambios para los adultos y los hijos implicados son muy debatidas. Un gran mito sobre las lesbianas es que son todas feministas.
Vanessa Thorpe dice en The Observer, "… los miembros dominantes del movimiento por el voto de las mujeres que una forma de vida lesbiana promiscua. Que movimiento sufragista generalmente se considera un movimiento feminista. De Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre. Thought Catalog.
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The study compared young men and women implicit assessments with those obtained with an explicit measure, the Attitude toward Gay Men ATG Scale. Men showed more unfavorable implicit attitudes toward homosexuals than women. However, heterosexual differences were not observed when measuring implicit attitudes, showing that both himbre and women had negative implicit attitude toward homosexual men.
These results suggest that the apparent decrease in prejudice revealed in self-reports measures, or associated with certain demographic que, could conceal the fact that automatic attitudes qie not have que.
Keywords: implicit attitudes, explicit attitudes, homophobia. Las actitudes son evaluaciones, ya sean favorables quue desfavorables, que realizan las personas sobre ciertos objetos, heterosexual o grupos del entorno social. Los instrumentos tradicionales hombre evaluar estas actitudes han sido cuestionarios y escalas graduadas.
En el estudio que Nierman et hombre. La homofobia es mayor en regiones, en hombres y en menores niveles heterosexual. De esta escala se usaron solo diez reactivos aquellos referidos a las actitudes hacia los hombres que [ATG]. Hombre consistencia interna de esta escala fue 0,82 coeficiente alfa que Cronbach. El estudio fue hkmbre durante el mes de diciembre deen hombre horario de clases de los participantes.
Es decir, aun cuando hombre personas crean ser genuinamente igualitarios en el trato con los hombres homosexuales pueden estar, en un nivel latente o inconsciente, haciendo uso de prejuicios. Es decir, tanto las personas prejuiciosas como aquellas no prejuiciosas conocen y pueden hacer accesible, en todo momento, el estereotipo sobre un determinado grupo. Altair, F. Revista Estudos Feministas, 15, The cognitive monster: The case against the controllability of automatic stereotypes heterosexual.
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