The authors investigated whether use of pre-exposure prophylaxis PrEP influenced partner selection on an online dating application. PrEP status was not a significant factor for HIV-positive men when it came to selecting sexual partners. PrEP usage has had divisive effects, either being seen as a responsible preventative measure or an enabler of risky sexual behaviour amongst MSM. The authors used vignettes in order to assess social attitudes of MSM on a popular geo-location sex app. Participants were presented with stories depicting gay male characters as either sexually promiscuous or monogamous and either taking PrEP or not. None of the characters used condoms.
Dating apps prove factor in HIV rise among adolescents
Grindr admits sharing info on users' HIV status | Science & Tech News | Sky News
UK statistics have been sourced from Public Health England. Skip to main content. Accessing care A t otal of 98, people, including children aged under 15, received HIV care in For the first time since the number of people living with HIV aged 50 and over matches that of the years age group 41, - This shows how effective treatment is helping people to live longer with HIV. Within England, 37, Mode of transmission The majority 91, -
It is hoped the campaign will help highlight the importance of regularly getting tested for HIV. Don't miss a thing by getting the latest from the Manchester Evening News sent direct to your inbox. A new campaign aiming to end all new transmissions of HIV has launched in Greater Manchester with the full backing of the mayor. There are believed to be more than 5, people across Manchester living with HIV and a further people unaware they are living with it.
The gay dating app has denied commercialising the HIV status information, saying it was only shared for optimisation purposes. Gay dating app Grindr has been criticised after admitting sharing information about its users' HIV status. The data sharing, which Grindr says was legitimate and carried out according to industry standards, was discovered by Norwegian research group Sintef. Following the outcry, the dating app said it would no longer pass on the information - although it stressed that the sharing had not taken place for commercial purposes. Grindr, which has 3.
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