“The audiences we have have always had two different responses,” he says.
Mobile dating applications (apps) have changed the way gay men find others in their geographic area for sexual activity and romantic relationships.
] had its beginnings as Indrit Kasapi was cleaning out a computer to give to his parents.
There, he found a whole bunch of old transcripts of chats he had had with men online.
Researchers behind the randomized trial found that over 63% of participants exposed to HIV prevention information through online dating sites reported post 12-month HIV testing.
Only 42% of participants who did not receive intervention messaging reported the same.
Dating and hookup apps and sites are one of the more effective channels for distributing HIV prevention information to gay, bisexual and other men who have sex with men (MSM), the U. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has found.
This page was designed as an introduction to some health issues for gay men and men who have sex with men and as an easy way to find information, links, student groups, and campus resources.
The cost differential was also significant: The CDC paid only 22 cents per click on dating apps compared with 74 cents per click on other apps, according to the data shared in December.
A recent intervention study published in Clinical Infectious Diseases supports the CDC's findings.
Last fall in San Francisco, representatives from Grindr and several other gay dating apps sat down at a conference table with leading public health officials.
The matter at hand: figuring out what dating apps could do to encourage safer sex.
It also provided a safe platform in some ways.”Kasapi has turned those conversations and others into a beat-pumped dance-theatre work that integrates spoken text—his own online chats, as well as his dancers’, often in the sexually explicit dialogue that digital anonymity allows.