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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. First, it was pursued by epidemiologists seeking behavioral categories that would offer better analytical concepts for the study of disease-risk than identity-based categories such as "gay", " bisexual ", or "straight" , because a man who self-identifies as gay or bisexual is not necessarily sexually active with men, and someone who identifies as straight might be sexually active with men.

HIV Risk in Men Who Have Sex With Men

Men who have sex with men | UNAIDS

In Europe, behavioural surveillance in MSM is mainly based on convenience samples of this population. The second table presents the best three methods proposed by the experts according to two different contexts. Table 1. Selected features of available methods for collecting behavioural data among MSM.

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Ross uth. We compared men who have sex with other men on the Internet with the remainder of the sample of men who reported only sex with women on the Internet, in a sample of 1, Swedish men recruited from a major Swedish portal. We report on the self-identified heterosexual men in the sample who reported engaging in cybersex in the past year, and for whom there was complete data on sexual identity and the gender of cybersexual partners. Comparing the two groups, the men who had sex with men MSM who did not identify MSM-NI spent significantly more time per week online, although a similar amount of time on sexual pursuits, as the heterosexual men.
It is also active in calling for changes in drug policy and promotes evidence-informed policy that involves the affected communities. According to the European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction , around people who inject drugs lived in Norway in , many in the two largest cities, Oslo and Bergen. In , the Norwegian Government presented a new action plan addressing substance use and addictions that prioritizes prevention, early intervention, treatment and aftercare for people who use drugs. Ms Byanyima also visited Sjekkpunkt , a free and anonymous testing service in Oslo for HIV and other sexually transmitted infections that caters for gay men and other men who have sex with men. We offer free, anonymous and rapid testing.