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Aids and Men

Taking Risks or Taking Responsibility


The global AIDS epidemic is driven by men. Men have more opportunity to contract and transmit HIV; men usually determine the circumstances of intercourse, and men often refuse to protect themselves and their partners. The first section of this book examines the relationship between men’s actions and AIDS worldwide, the impact of those actions on men and women and initiatives designed to help men protect themselves and their partners. The second section illustrates many different aspects of the relationship—from machismo in Mexico to drug injection in Russia, from men in prison in Brazil to men living with HIV in Thailand, from men as fathers in the Ivory Coast to men who have sex with men in Kenya. Men undoubtedly take risks in relation to HIV. Whether or not they should also take responsibility for transmission of the virus, and how they can do so—this book offers insights.

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ISBN: 9781870670401
AUTHOR Panos Institue
RELEASED 2006-03-18
PRINT London & New York 1999,
WL CODE I8198
SIZE 250 pp., 125 x 200 mm
BOOK WEIGHT 0.340 Kg
PACKING WEIGHT 0.200 Kg

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