Vengeance has been shown to be a risk factor for HIV nondisclosure. Research examining the associations between vengeance, condomless sex, and HIV nondisclosure is lacking. The aim of the current study was to explore the association between vengeance, condomless sex and disclosure behavior, attitude and intention among men who have sex with men MSM living with HIV. Participants included MSM who were a part of a disclosure intervention study. Advertisements were also placed in local daily newspapers.
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Vengeance, Condomless Sex and HIV Disclosure Among Men Who Have Sex with Men Living with HIV
Vengeance, sexual compulsivity and self-efficacy among men who have sex with men living with HIV
Try out PMC Labs and tell us what you think. Learn More. Studies assessing the association between vengeance and HIV risk behavior are extremely lacking. The primary aims of this study were to examine the associations between vengeance and sexual compulsivity SC , and self-efficacies SEs for condom use, HIV disclosure, and negotiation of safer sex practices. Simple and multiple linear regression were used to explore the associations between vengeance, SC and SE.
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Feelings of vengeance influence sexual behaviors among MSM with HIV
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Previous studies exploring vengeance have reported mixed results on the link between vengeance and condom use or disclosure, Brown said. Researchers determined vengefulness among participants using a previously established item scale, and based on these results categorized participants as either least, moderately or most vengeful. Using crude and multivariable logistic regression models, researchers then analyzed for associations between these results and self-reported sexual behavior as well as disclosure intentions and outcomes. Moderate vengeance, however, was not linked to disclosure behavior, and no associations were seen among participants with the highest vengeance scores and risky sexual behavior. While the findings concerning these stratified groups were unexpected, Brown said, the associations that were identified suggest further studies into vengeance could provide a better picture of risk behaviors among this group.
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