Case Study: Promoting New Models of Masculinity to Prevent HIV among MSM in Nicaragua

Download this publicationIn Nicaragua, HIV prevention for "sexually diverse" populations, including men who have sex with men (MSM), is made significantly more difficult by societal norms that stigmatize same-sex sexual activity and favor conformity to strict gender roles. Centro para la PrevenciĆ³n y EducaciĆ³n del SIDA (CEPRESI) is addressing this issue by both working to change perceptions of masculinity in Nicaragua's general population and educating MSM on HIV prevention and treatment. JSI/AIDSTAR-One. 2011.

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