Movil and the Ministry of Health today announced the results of the First Research on the kind, sexual and erotic behavior of men who have sex men, which gives alarming figures about the mechanisms of protection used by young people in the Metropolitan region 15 and 29 years.
This is the first research on the subject, as well as the largest poll conducted on the population of sexual diversity, as 1,216 young people participated in the survey, which contributed their RUT as a mechanism for confirming their answers.
The survey was applied to 1,216 young people, of whom 9.9% declared themselves as bisexual; 2% panceo and 87.7% homosexuals. They belong to all socio-economic strata.
Most of the young people, 67.4%, live with a relative, 12% with their partner, 8.1% with friends and only 4.9%. 81.1% have no partner, while 1.2% say they have children.
Those Polleian today say that they do not use a condom with their partner because I "believe" (19.4%) or because "we both made the HIV test and we are negative" (20.1%). 21.7% say they always use a condom with their partner.
In the meantime, among the reasons for not using a condom with a man who is not a couple, is the fact that "it does not get to get it" (39.6%), for "irresponsible" (13.3%), for "lack of money to buy" (12.9%), because "I did not know that I should use it" (3.9%) and because "I did not know where to get it" (3.3%). 30.2% said they "always use a condom," with someone who is not their partner.
In the last 12 months, only 28.6% "always used" a condom; 31.8%, "most of the time" and 18.9% only "sometimes". 20.7% said they never used a condom.
During sexual practices that indicate infidelity, 25% say they always use a condom, and 18.5% "sometimes" and 3.6%, "never". By contrast, 52.9% say they never have sex with another person while they are in a relationship.
In addition, 71% say they have used the HIV test against 28% that have never been done. 6% confirm that the result is seropositive.
5.2% confidence that he had "syphilis" last year; 3.5%, gonorrhea; 3.8%, condyloma; 3%, candidiasis. 81.6% had no problems.
Additionally, 63.4% confirm that they have never had any STDs, while from the total number of those who have had, 6.3% show that they have not been subjected to any treatment.