Gay/Bisexual Health

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A healthy sex life includes knowing the basics about HIV and other sexually transmitted infections. Gay, bisexual, queer and trans men who have sex with men have unique sexual health needs. From HIV prevention options to finding a competent physician to understanding anal health, the articles below are a great starting point to improving sexual health. Have a question you don't see covered here? Give the AIDSLine a call at 612–373–2437 (Metro) or 800–248–2437 (Toll Free).

Finding the Right Medical Provider - Do you know the right questions to ask? How do you know if your provider is LGBTQ competent? Learn about some helpful tips in finding the right medical provider. 

Get Condoms - Condoms remain the most common and effective way to prevent the transmission of HIV. Learn about the different kinds and where to find them!

Healthy Butt Healthy Sex Life - A healthy butt is important for a healthy sex life. Learn more about anal health!

Bottom Condom -  Having problems with traditional condoms? The bottom condom is a different kind of condom, and can make safer sex more interesting. Learn about this different approach to condoms!

Tips for Healthy Gay Sex - There are many kinds of sex in the queer world which means there are many kinds of risks when it comes to HIV. Learn more about how to prevent HIV and enjoy a healthy sex life. 

Understanding Anal Health - An important but largely unaddressed part of healthy sexuality involved anal health. Learn the ins and outs of anal health and how a healthy butt is a happy butt. 

This site contains HIV prevention messages that may not be appropriate for all audiences. Since HIV infection is spread primarily through sexual practices or by sharing needles, prevention messages and programs presented on this website may address these topics. If you are not seeking such information or may be offended by such materials, please exit this website.