heterosexually


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heterosexually

(ˌhɛtərəˈsɛksjʊəlɪ)
adv
in a heterosexual manner
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The ideal of manhood requires men to be invulnerable, heterosexually functional and fit, and last, but not least, to control his emotional responses, particularly with other men.
There is evidence safe male circumcision reduces the risk of heterosexually acquired HIV in areas with epidemics, according to WHO, which has included the procedure in some of its programmes to tackle the virus in southern Africa.
According to media scholars, the so-called pink industry was able to safely settle in the mainstream culture by showing "safe" images of queers: white, middle-class, educated, young, heterosexually attractive gay men.
"Although the number of cases is relatively small - in Lanarkshire in 2017 there were 19 cases of heterosexually acquired syphilis and 48 cases in men who have sex with men - Lanarkshire residents, who make up about 12 per cent of the Scottish population, accounted for one third of the heterosexual cases in Scotland in 2017.
Not just a time-out: Change dynamics of prayer for religious heterosexually couples in conflict situations.
Previous Oneida Community scholarship has largely focused on the unusual sexual practices of the group, under which all adult members were considered heterosexually married to each other, and has tended to view the community as essentially the "lengthened shadow" of its brilliant but eccentric founder John Humphrey Noyes.
Just last month, for instance, Kris revealed on TV that, even when they were heterosexually copacetic with one another, she wondered why, when Bruce peed, he did it sitting down!
Healthy Transitions, for heterosexually married gay men in KC.
Male circumcision can reduce the risk of heterosexually transmitted HIV by around 60 percent, according to (http://www.who.int/hiv/topics/malecircumcision/en/) the WHO .
A new Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) report estimates that 25% of sexually active gay and bisexual adult men, nearly 20% of adults who inject drugs, and less than 1% of heterosexually active adults are at substantial risk for HIV infection and should be counseled about PrEP, a daily pill for HIV prevention.
Data show that PrEP is effective in preventing HIV infections in men who have sex with men (MSM), as well as in heterosexually active men and women.
Since 2010, several randomized, placebo-controlled clinical trials have reported that with high medication adherence (measured by detectable blood drug levels), daily oral antiretroviral preexposure prophylaxis (PrEP) reduced new HIV infections by 92% among MSM (2), 90% among heterosexually active men and women in HIV-discordant couples (3), and 73.5% among persons who inject drugs (4).