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An analysis of the increasing prevalence of female commercial sex contacts among men in Britain. Background: In the United Kingdom the incidence of sexually transmitted infections STI and risky sexual behaviours is increasing. The role of commercial sex in this trend is poorly understood. Little is known about the men who pay for sex. We examined the epidemiology of female commercial sex contacts reported by men in and : The proportion of men who reported paying women for sex in the 5 years increased from 2.
In both surveys, paying for sex was more frequent in men aged between 25 years and 34 years, who were never or ly married, and who lived in London. There was no association with ethnicity, social class, homosexual contact, or injecting drug use. Men who paid for sex were more likely to report 10 or more sexual partners in the 5 years; only a minority of their lifetime sexual partners They were more likely to meet partners abroad and to report STI.
Conclusion: The proportion of men who reported paying for heterosexual sex has increased, and these men have multiple commercial and non-commercial partners. Their higher rates of STI and low level of HIV testing suggest the need for prevention interventions for clients as well as sex workers. UCL Discovery. search terms. Who pays for sex? Downlo since deposit. Download activity - last month. Download activity - last 12 months. Downlo by country - last 12 months. PDFSex partners Fenton
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