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Although individuals of South Asian descent individuals who originate from the Indian subcontinent, including India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Bhutan, and Nepal represent the largest visible minority group in Canada Statistics Canada, , there is a lack of research investigating factors that influence HIV risk behaviour in this population. Needless to say, national statistics on the prevalence of HIV in South Asian gay men are unavailable; however, Remis and Liu reported that HIV infections among this population in Toronto, Ontario, increased between and , and was 1.
Given the large population of South Asian individuals in Canada, and the fact that HIV continues to disproportionately affect gay men, the lack of HIV prevention research on South Asian-Canadian gay men is a public health issue requiring attention. Though there is a lack of information about HIV prevalence and prevention in the South Asian gay community, there is a growing body of literature investigating social factors that contribute to HIV risk and prevention in the broader gay male population.
That is, individuals from the lesbian, gay, and bisexual LGB communities continue to experience stigma, discrimination, and psychological distress due to their sexual minority status, and this has been associated with negative health outcomes, such as HIV risk behaviour Meyer, For example, experiences of homophobia, which refer to a range of negative attitudes, feelings, and behaviours toward homosexuality, have been linked to high-risk sexual behaviours and reduced access to HIV services among gay men Santos et al.
Additionally, homophobia, which continues to be pervasive in many ethnic minority communities, has been found to be linked with HIV risk behaviours in gay men of colour. Among Asian men, Wilson and Yoshikawa found that those who responded to anti-gay discrimination with self-attribution showed greater HIV risk behaviours, such as unprotected sexual intercourse.
Furthermore, homophobia in ethnic minority communities has been found to contribute to a lack of participation in HIV-related services. An unknown error has occurred.
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