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‘only 31% of the sample of indirect sex workers reported having been engaged in commercial sex in the last 12 months’
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The Invisible Men: finding and engaging with the male partners of street sex workers

An article in press for the Journal of Men’s Health. Men, in general, remain less likely than women to seek medical care, and are only half as likely as women to undertake preventive health visits and/or screening tests. There is a great need to increase men’s health awareness and reduce this significant gender disparity. Furthermore, marginalised and socially excluded men rarely access health services, even though the reasons for their social exclusion, particularly drug and alcohol dependency, invariably mean that their need for health interventions is greater than inthe normal population. The Open Doors Sexual Health Service has been working

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