Second, as the current sample was young, the conclusion of this study is restricted to young gay and bisexual men in China. Increased HIV testing and reduced undiagnosed infection among gay men in Scotland, support for the opt-out testing policy? If competition contributes to facial masculinity preference, both gay and heterosexual men would show a similar pattern.
This group of men also described having high levels of social and familial support. Examples of feminized left and masculinized right versions of a male face image used in this study. Mental rotation task performance is correlated with prenatal testosterone levels Grimshaw et al. Sex Health.
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Men with more masculine digit ratios are partnered with more attractive women.
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Archives of Sexual Behavior. Understanding HIV testing practices is important in the development of interventions to promote testing among young gay and bisexual men. In contrast, he currently tested infrequently and attributed this change to difficulties in accessing sexual health services and social support for testing in the rural area he had moved to.
Such work would benefit from further understanding the role of social networks and community norms in promoting HIV testing and in re-examining peer-led approaches to HIV prevention, while continuing to pay attention to shifting understandings of risk and responsibility that continue to imbue HIV testing with new meanings.