Journal of Adolescent Research. Those with no main sex partner reported sexual pleasure or money as motivations for having concurrent sex partners. However, two of the four women in our subsample did use condoms with their ex-boyfriends. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. Anne Flood looks at the theory and methods involved in phenomenological research.
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Sorry, we couldn't find any pages containing Watch some of our most popular Tube8. Finally, participants in this study were not only reacting to their male partners or life conditions, they were also proactively creating sexual relationships in strategic ways that they saw as beneficial to themselves. Springer International Publishing; These limitations are mitigated by the detail and depth in participant interviews, a consideration for determining sample sizes Morse, More research is needed on how structural inequalities influence decisions to use condoms. Main partners were boyfriends in some cases live-in , husbands or something in between.
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Springer International Publishing; She sometimes used condoms with her outside sex partners and did not use them with her main partner. Secondary sex partners as financial support Money and other resources were cited as another reason for having secondary sex partners. In addition, these categories were not mutually exclusive; they sometimes overlapped. Implications for HIV prevention. She used condoms with her secondary sex partners but not with her main partner, she stopped using condoms with him a few years into the relationship. Relationships with secondary sex partners were more casual because there was little or no expectation of commitment, at least on the part of the women. Both used condoms with all of their sex partners.
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