Richard Ammon. Hidden in the tightly woven fabric of conservative northern Vietnam culture, gay men seek out love and life using high tech Internet and low tech T-rooms. Among the beauty of the coastline and the rugged high mountains, most lesbigays are married and deny their secret. But romantic truth for younger gays is slowly emerging into light and warmth. Such a gay household is unknown here in Hanoi—as unfamiliar as a Zulu mud hut in the fashionable Hamptons. This invisibility is not the result of organized persecution by religious or government zealots or by any particular villainy by the military to wipe out a pestilent lifestyle.
Speed Dating in Hanoi, Vietnam
Hanoi Dating, Hanoi Singles, Hanoi Personals
Metrics details. The response of the government has focused on the recognized high risk populations, mainly young male drug users. This concentration on one high risk population may leave other populations under-protected or unprepared for the risk and the consequences of HIV infection. In particular, attention to women's risks of exposure and needs for care may not receive sufficient attention as long as the perception persists that the epidemic is predominantly among young males. Without more knowledge of the epidemic among women, policy makers and planners cannot ensure that programs will also serve women's needs. More than documents appearing in the period to were gathered and reviewed to build an understanding of HIV infection and related risk behaviors among women and of the changes over time that may suggest needed policy changes.
A hidden HIV epidemic among women in Vietnam
Many men who have sex with men MSM in low and middle income countries search for male sexual partners via social media in part due to societal stigma and discrimination, yet little is known about the sexual risk profiles of MSM social media users. This cross-sectional study investigates the prevalence of social media use to find male sex partners in Hanoi, Vietnam and examines associations between social media use and sociodemographic and behavioral characteristics, including levels of internalized, perceived and enacted stigma, high-risk sexual behaviors, and HIV testing. MSM who found their male sexual partners using social media in the last year were more likely to have completed a university or higher degree aOR 2. A niche for social media-based interventions integrating health and stigma-reduction strategies exists in HIV prevention programs for MSM. Abstract Many men who have sex with men MSM in low and middle income countries search for male sexual partners via social media in part due to societal stigma and discrimination, yet little is known about the sexual risk profiles of MSM social media users.
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