Those with no main sex partner reported sexual pleasure or money as motivations for having concurrent sex partners. Complicated crossroads: Sexuality and Culture. She reported that did not use condoms with her main partner because sex for her was more pleasurable without condoms. Our research contributes to a similar questioning of the interaction between sexual risk and autonomy among low-income Black women in the United States.
The victimization paradigm does not apply to the majority of study participants as they were assertive and actively recruited secondary sex partners.
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Close analysis of the 50 transcripts selected for analysis revealed two main categories of concurrent intimate relationships:. Her other sex partners, on the other hand, fulfilled unmet material needs and desires. A qualitative study. Note that some women may fall into more than one motivational category. Further research is needed on the effects of substance use on the sexual relationships and practices of Black women who consume drugs. Application of a sexological approach to HIV prevention.