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HIV Communication among Gay and Bisexual Men Infographic


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HIV Communication among Gay and Bisexual Men: Infographic

The first graphic shows that gay and bisexual men including those who inject drugs account for more than half of people living with HIV and 66 percent of new HIV infections each year.
Additionally, new infections among young (aged 13-24) gay and bisexual men increased by 22 percent in recent years.
Many gay and bisexual men find it difficult to talk about HIV with their sexual partners.
One recent study found that 65 percent of gay and bisexual men have discussed HIV status with their partners in the past six months.
For gay and bisexual men, research suggests that communication between partners about safer sex leads to behaviors that can help reduce risk, like HIV testing and disclosure of HIV status.
The final graphic shows that gay and bisexual men can help stop HIV by talking to their partners about HIV status, HIV testing and safer sex. HIV Communication among Gay and Bisexual Men
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Gay and bisexual men account for more than half of people living with HIV and 66% of new HIV infections each year. Additionally, new infections among young gay and bisexual men have increased by 22% in recent years.

Gay and bisexual men can help stop HIV by talking to their partners about HIV status, HIV testing and safer sex.

This infographic highlights the impact of HIV among gay and bisexual men – and the importance of having open conversations with your partner.

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