WEIGHT: 53 kg
Services: Cunnilingus, Hand Relief, Face Sitting, Strap-ons, Pole Dancing
There has been very little theory-based research focusing on condom use among male clients of female sex workers CFSW in China. Face-to-face structured interviews were conducted among CFSW recruited through snowball sampling. Bivariate and multivariate logistic regression models were applied to examine factors associated with consistent condom use. A minority The most significant protective and risk factors were self-efficacy APR: 2. HIV-related knowledge, perceived HIV susceptibility, condom cost, condom efficacy, and embarrassment for carrying condom were not associated with condom uses with FSW.
Findings from the current study suggest future prevention programs should target sex venues, and condom access should ensure both quantity and quality. Peer education could focus on both knowledge education and peer norms, and knowledge education should include information on HIV infection severity, and address how to increase pleasure with condom use. Despite illegal status, commercial sex industry has flourished in China since the s [ 2 - 3 ].
Social factors such as separation from partners due to migration, social pressure from peers and business partners have been found to be associated with patronizing female sex workers FSW.
Between The level of consistent condom use by FSW is not high Consistent condom use is highly effective in preventing sexual transmitted HIV [ 25 - 27 ]. Health educations focusing on knowledge of HIV may help to improve condom use, but has not been found to be as effective as condom distribution [ 32 ].
There are key psychosocial factors other than knowledge influencing condom use. For example, Wulfert and Wan examined heterosexual sexual risk taking behaviors from a social cognitive perspective [ 42 ]. As an interpersonal level theory, SCT explores reciprocal interactions of people and their environments which include family, friends, health professionals and others, and the psychosocial determinants of health behavior [ 35 ].