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Service delivery and drug resistance can be achieved for a long term method. To date, in rural communities, MSM have been entirely ignored by public sector health and social services. None of the men in our study reported being exclusively MSM, and in other rural samples the numbers are very small; only one participant in Jewkes et al. Retired, married, Bi-curious, English male I live near Pietermaritzburg and would prefer a lady who lives locally but if we connect distance is much less important. J Acquir Immune Defic Syndr. What both these studies suggest is that men in rural contexts that report male sexual partners, also have female partners and therefore may be more likely to have more lifetime partners overall [ 22 ].
Bell S, Wilson MG. Conclusions Men who have sex with men populations are not homogeneous within or across regions of countries [ 162335 ]. Anal and oral sex are not common practices in this population [ 1630 — 32 ], and none of the seven reported engaging in anal or oral sex with their male or female partners. Some of these may be useful, although replication without sufficient consideration of local contextual factors may deliver no improvement in prevention outcomes. This may result in a poor appreciation of the elevated HIV risk associated with some MSM behaviors, or equally, researchers overlooking practices such as mutual masturbation and thigh-sex ukusoma that do not elevate HIV risk [ 3536 ].