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Antisemitism and Anti-Zionism in the British Pakistani Muslim community
Antisemitism is often described as an irrational, age-old prejudice that must be eradicated, while in many social and political contexts anti-Zionism tends to be discussed in terms of a legitimate stance on Israel, a ...
Sexuality, migration and identity among gay Iranian migrants to the UK.
Homosexuality is strictly forbidden in Iran and, under certain circumstances, carries the death penalty. Many gay and lesbian Iranians emigrate to avoid persecution. Using Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis, this ...
Barriers to HIV Treatment as Prevention (TasP) in men who have sex with men in the Eastern Mediterranean Region
(Oxford University Press, 2020-01-09)
The significant reduction in human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) viremia to ‘undetectable’ levels (HIV plasma viral load < 40 copies/ml) in response to effective antiretroviral therapy (ART) removes the risk of HIV ...
A minority within a minority? Identity and Sexual Health in Black and Minority Ethnic Men Who Have Sex With Men in the United Kingdom
Identity refers to the individual’s self-construal. It is characterized by multiple elements, such as sexuality, ethnicity, and religion, and not all identity elements are simultaneously salient (Jaspal & Breakwell, 2014). ...
Religion, Male Bisexuality and Sexual Risk in Lebanon
The social position of bisexual men in Lebanon and in other Arab Middle Eastern societies is complex – on the one hand, bisexuality as a practice is silently tolerated but, on the other hand, bisexuality as an identity is ...
Social Representation, Identity and HIV Prevention: The Case of PrEP among Gay Men
HIV remains a major public health challenges four decades after its first clinical observations. In the last few years, pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) has emerged as a significant biomedical tool for preventing HIV. ...