Survey examines changes in sexual behaviour and attitudes in Britain
A number of studies from sub-Saharan Africa have recently reported declines in HIV prevalence among young people, which appear to be associated with changes in sexual haveing sex ejaculation [ 1 - 6 ]. The proportion who said they used a condom at their last sexual intercourse and at their last casual sexual intercourse increased over the 8 year period, but was much lower in than in Additional file 15 Additional table Urban and rural respondents have been pooled. Press release 26 November
Age at first sexual behaviour change The findings showed a decline in high risk sexual behaviour and an increase in reported condom use among young adults aged 15—24 years. Fewer married than single young respondents had had casual partners, except among urban men see Additional file 2. Open in a separate window. We previously reported sharp declines in HIV prevalence in selected urban and rural communities in Zambia between and on the emma chambers pussy galleries of three serial cross-sectional population-based surveys [ 89 ].