Risk Reduction as an Accepted Framework for Safer-Sex Promotion Among Women Who Have Sex With Women
April 16, 2009
The authors introduced the current study by noting that "safer-sex information for women who have sex with women (WSW) is often very difficult to locate." One of the few Web sites offering such information is girl2girl.info. The current report examines the predevelopment consultation and evaluation of this Web site.
The authors concluded that "the promotion of a risk-reduction approach -- including non-latex-based safer-sex practices -- for WSW is both a theoretically appropriate and engaging form of health promotion for WSW."
02.01.2009; Vol. 6; No. 1: P. 15-18; Peta Cox, Ruth McNair
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