You've probably heard that STIs are on the rise among gay and bisexual men. Wooh!
STIs are annoying but they are also a fact of our (sexual) lives. Plus, they don't seem likely to just vanish anytime soon: throat gonorrhoea, shantay you stay.
If we're going to have any hope of reducing infection rates, we need information on how gay and bisexual men understand STIs, including ways of preventing and managing them.
We need your help
Recruitment for this study is closed; thank you to everyone who took part. Participants were involved in a month-long anonymous forum, discussing issues around sex and sexual health. By contributing their experiences and perceptions, participants have helped inform health initiatives into the future.
Information on this project's findings will be made available by the end of this year. For more detail on the study, please click here to download a study information form.
If you have any questions about this project, please contact the research team below.
This study is led by Dr Denton Callander and supported by Ms Larissa Lewis from the Kirby Institute.
This research is being conducted in collaboration with ACON, STIs and Gay Men's Action Group, Centre for Social Research in Health, Positive Life New South Wales, and the New South Wales STI Programs Unit.
Funding for this research comes from the New South Wales Ministry of Health.