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2018-04-12

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Tyrel J. Starks, Kendell M. Doyle, Ore Shalhav, Steven A. John, Jeffrey T. Parsons

ABSTRACT

While many gay couples perceive themselves to have little risk for HIV transmission, research estimates that 35–68% of new HIV infections are transmitted within main partnerships. Pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) is recommended for those partnered gay and bisexual men (GBM) who engage in sex outside their primary relationship or who have an HIV-positive partner. There is reason to believe that couples’ sero-status and sexual agreement will shape perceptions of PrEP’s personal relevance among gay couples. The current study examined motivations for and ambivalence towards PrEP uptake reported in a sample of 67 gay couples during completion of a brief CDC-recommended prevention intervention: Couples HIV Testing and Counseling. Findings suggest that all types of couples identified some circumstances in which they would consider PrEP; however, PrEP messaging should be crafted to avoid undermining current prevention strategies or threatening the trust and legitimacy of the relationship. More... »

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157-167

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