Cruising e e-compromissos: Um novo contexto de encontros sexuais entre os jovens homens que fazem sexo com homens

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This article addresses the rapidly growing use of information and communication technologies in mediating new settings for sexual relations. The specific focus is on cruising among young men who have sex with men via e-dating. The study used a qualitative methodology with peer group discussions on sexuality, health, and risk. The new framework provided by technology is marked by (a) increased access to these practices, (b) greater dissemination of them, (c) greater immediacy of encounters, (d) anticipation of what will be offered during dates, (e) anonymous access, allowing bolder proposals, and (f ) openness to a wider range of users. These elements converge in a framework that indicates a new social organization of sexual practice.

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Grau-Muñoz, A., Pla-Ernst, E., Belda-Ibáñez, J., Juan-Corrons, A., Fernández-García, E., Doménech-Alonso, E., … Alastrue-Loscos, I. (2015). Cruising e e-compromissos: Um novo contexto de encontros sexuais entre os jovens homens que fazem sexo com homens. Cadernos de Saude Publica, 31(11), 1–9. https://doi.org/10.1590/0102-311X00000215

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