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20:34 | 26th April 2017

Lifestyle: Sex Life Archive

Sep 19th: THE AFRICAN HEALTH AND SEX SURVEY

There are nearly 1 million African people living in the UK, spread all across the country. While HIV can affect anyone, it is an unfortunate truth that more African people in the UK have HIV than most other sections of the population.


Jan 14th: PUBLIC CONFUSED ABOUT HOW YOU GET HIV

Nearly half (46%) of the general public wrongly think you can get HIV from being bitten, spat at or coming into contact with a discarded needle and underestimate the impact unsafe sex has on HIV transmission, a new survey shows (14 Jan)


Oct 3rd: New HIV Campaign Ad is released

This advert appears in this week's BOYZ magazine and is the winning entrant, selected by the public, of a competition run by Soho HIV and sexual health clinic, 56 Dean Street.


Oct 3rd: Men now able to erase historic convictions

Stonewall publishes guide to help men clear their names. Charity lobbied hard to secure specific protections for gay and bi men.


Sep 21st: Now even easier to tell partners about STIs

Clap, clap: Now more gay men can let their partners know about STIs


Aug 3rd: GMFA opens HIV Support Group 'Positive 21'

The outlook for gay men living with HIV has improved enormously over the last 15 years, as treatments have been developed which can reduce the damage that the virus has on the immune system.


Aug 11th: HIV monster - 4 yrs for callous lover who passed virus to partner

The African Health Policy Network (AHPN) would like to express disappointment at the article published on 26th July 2011 in the Sun newspaper by Mr. Alastair Taylor.


Aug 8th: Gay blood donation petition launched

A petition calling for an end to discrimination against gay and bisexual men in the National Blood Service has been launched on the Government's new e-petitions website.


Aug 8th: Update - GMFA launches nationwide scheme to alert men at risk of STIs

A major UK-wide scheme to notify partners of gay men diagnosed with sexually transmitted infections (STIs) is being piloted in clinics across England. Men who are diagnosed with an STI can notify previous sexual partners via an online system, so the partners can get tested and, if necessary, treated.


Jul 20th: HIV charities help gay men speak out

Do you want to improve your communication skills, including negotiating the sex you want? GMFA, the gay men’s health charity, today announced the launch of their new workshop, ‘Power Talking’, which will be delivered by GMFA’s CHAPS partners in 11 cities across the UK this autumn.


Jul 12th: New 'Super STD' found and proves to be impervious to medication

A strain of gonorrhoea is being called a “Super-STD” as it rapidly spreads around the world and proves it is impervious to any current medication that is out in the market.


Jun 22nd: WHO urges equal access to HIV services for gay men

The World Health Organisation urged governments Tuesday to eliminate laws criminalising sexual activity between consenting men, as part of an effort to ensure they get equal access to HIV prevention and treatment.


Jun 1st: AHPN, THT and Heal launch HIV testing radio campaign

The African Health Policy Network (AHPN), Terrence Higgins Trust (THT) and HEAL have jointly launched a radio campaign to promote HIV testing among African communities in London.


May 18th: NAT comments on World Aids Vaccine Day

The National AIDS Trust reveals the importance of HIV awareness and World Aids Vaccine day that takes place today on May 18 all around the world.


Apr 27th: Volunteers needed in researching the experience of testing HIV + in pregnancy

Most women are deciding to have an HIV test in pregnancy and the rates of HIV testing have increased since universal antenatal HIV screening was introduced in 1999. As more women test, some results come back positive.


Mar 21st: Biggest ever survey of gay men’s health opens

Stonewall invites gay and bisexual men to have their say and has launched what will be the biggest ever survey of gay and bisexual men’s health.


Mar 9th: GMFA launches nationwide scheme to alert gay men at risk of STIs

A major UK-wide scheme to notify partners of gay men diagnosed with sexually transmitted infections (STIs) is to be piloted from this April.


Oct 7th: Can we talk about sex?

Having better sex is as easy as opening your mouth – to tell your partner what you’re looking for. So why do some of us find that so tricky? FS magazine from GMFA, the gay men’s health charity, looks at why in the latest issue…


Oct 6th: GMFA sex course returns this Autumn

Do you want better sex? Do you want to know more about your cock, balls and arse? GMFA, the gay men’s health charity, is running its popular ‘Sex Course’ in 13 cities across England this November to teach gay men everything they wanted to know about gay sex and their bodies.


Sep 9th: Want to share your cruising stories?

Do you find it tricky to cruise on the gay scene or online? Is there a cruising situation that you found difficult or that didn’t end the way you wanted it to?


Sep 3rd: Xen-Tan : The Ultimate Spray Tan

On a dreary August afternoon I sat at my office desk longing for the much-awaited summer for that sun-kissed look and healthy glow to brighten up my dampened mood.


Aug 18th: European Man-For-Man Internet Sex Survey 2010

As some of you are already aware Pinkwire is helping to take part in a European wide survey of gay men about sex, health and relationships. It is turning out to be "the" most biggest survey of gay men!


Aug 4th: GMFA brings ‘Better Sex’ to London

If you're looking for ways to spice up your sex life, or just want to try something different, then GMFA’s latest booklet, ‘Better Sex for Gay Men’, is for you. GMFA, the gay men’s health charity, has gathered together some of the best advice from lots of gay men on what can make for great sex. The booklet includes plenty of sexy photographs throughout and also lots of tips on how to keep the sex you have safe.


Jul 30th: European Man-For-Man Internet Sex Survey 2010

Sigma Research has just launched EMIS - the European gay and bisexual men’s sex survey which incorporates the UKs Gay Men's Sex Survey also known as Vital Statistics. The survey will be available to complete in 25 languages, until 31st August 2010.


Jul 30th: European Man-For-Man Internet Sex Survey 2010

Sigma Research has just launched EMIS - the European gay and bisexual men’s sex survey which incorporates the UKs Gay Men's Sex Survey also known as Vital Statistics. The survey will be available to complete in 25 languages, until 31st August 2010.


Jul 30th: European Man-For-Man Internet Sex Survey 2010

Sigma Research has just launched EMIS - the European gay and bisexual men’s sex survey which incorporates the UKs Gay Men's Sex Survey also known as Vital Statistics. The survey will be available to complete in 25 languages, until 31st August 2010.


Jun 23rd: Study: Gay men are better at recognising faces than straight men

Gay men recognise faces faster and more precisely than their heterosexual counterparts because, like women, they use both sides of their brains, according to a new study.


Jun 17th: Swiss study shows how men try to prevent HIV, withdrawal being one

Almost two-thirds of gay and bisexual men consistently use condoms with casual partners as a means of HIV prevention, Swiss investigators report in the online edition of the Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes.


Jun 11th: Study: Gay men thinner, lesbians heavier

A recent study conducted by Northeastern University’s Institute on Urban Health Research found a significant number of health disparities in Massachusetts between heterosexual adults and gay, lesbian and bisexual adults.


May 6th: Liven Up Your Libido!

Enhance your experience in the bedroom with a specially designed herbal supplement.


Apr 20th: Gay surfers can surf the net too

Newly-launched website Gay Surfers is attracting a steady stream of users worldwide.


Apr 19th: New gay social networking site

WooHim is an exciting new social network for gay and bi men. It is WooHim's goal to provide men of persuasion with all the free social networking tools that heterosexual networking sites currently enjoy.


Apr 7th: New craze - Hot Nude Yoga....Don't bend too far.

Some people work out to look good naked. Others skip a step. Inside a heavily curtained fourth-floor dance studio is a male-only class specializing in "Hot Nude Yoga," a form of sensualized tantric yoga practiced nude.


Mar 24th: Was your last date Quorny?

Veggiedating.com has conducted a survey looking at how you vegetarians date and some of their statistics were interesting to say the least.


Mar 22nd: Gays the word - I'm The Only Man Who Has Sex With Men In The Village

A study by Man Central has found that 54% of Gay And Bisexual Men Reject The Gay Label. The study finds,Modern society seems intent on labelling and defining everything and everyone. Whether it be chavs and emos, metrosexuals and fag-hags, scene queens and bears there seems to be a term to describe everyone. However, a new study reveals that 54% of gay and bisexual men don't like to be labelled as 'Gay' at all.


Feb 25th: Yes, Yes, Yes

So when some new sex toys for the ladies arrived in the office, all of the men wondered why shoe horns now vibrated.


Feb 23rd: Drugs hasn't affected AIDS risk

The introduction of effective drugs against HIV, the virus that causes AIDS, has not changed gay men's risk of contracting the virus during a single act of anal sex, new research from Australia shows.


Feb 16th: When too much is not enough - Sex Life

It’s like eating peanuts; have one and you want another straight away. You don’t enjoy them; you don’t even like them that much, but they’re there; so you have one after another, and then a few more, just because you can.” Meet Joseph, a bright, articulate and apparently self-composed man in his late 20s, describing the sexual compulsion he has lived with since his teens.