Published in AIDS Weekly, October 17th, 2005
"There is scant data on the sexual behaviors of women of diverse sexual orientations in a low-risk population," according to researchers from the United States. "The goals of" a recent study published in Sexually Transmitted Diseases "were to sample women of all sexual orientations in primary care settings and to evaluate sexual behaviors and risk for HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases (STDs)."
"A total of 1,304 women (self-identified as 49% heterosexual, 11 % bisexual, and 40 % lesbian) were surveyed by anonymous questionnaire at 33 healthcare sites,"...
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