What is the best sex with the least harm?
Sexual health programmes for gay and bisexual men invariably focus on reducing STI risk, if not only on HIV infection risk. However, reducing STI/HIV is not the only imperative in men's lives. Safer sex was invented so people could have sex in an epidemic, not simply to prevent infections. This talk proposes that "the best sex with the least harm" is a more realistic and consensus based goal for sexual health programmes, and will share emerging data on what constitutes the best sex life for gay and bisexual men, and how to measure it.
Also in the series:
- Monday 8th - Global LGBTI Rights & the Right to Health
- Wednesday 10th - Paris is Burning
- Thursday 11th – Gender Identities & Public Health
- Tuesday 23rd – ‘The Circle’ as part of the Out on Tuesday film series
- Thursday 25th – Why do LGBT Communities take so many drugs?