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sodomy

anal intercourse committed by a man with another man or a woman
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Also, inconsistent condom use during anal intercourse was common in all types of sexual partnerships (Table 2), but it was higher during anal intercourse with stable partners (64.6%; n = 1322/2046) followed by anal intercourse with casual (39.9%; n = 1055/2646) or commercial male partners (31.9%; n= 391/1227) in the past 12 months.
Repealing section 159 would prevent charges being laid against persons who engage in non-exploitive, consensual anal intercourse.
He had had one unprotected episode of receptive anal intercourse with one unknown HIV-positive partner 2 months earlier, and the first signs of anal discomfort were noticed 2 weeks after sexual intercourse.
They performed a cross-sectional survey involving 991 HIV-positive males who reported having recent oral or anal intercourse with other males.
coli had a history of anal intercourse before symptom onset.
The sample mean circumcision preference score for anal intercourse of 5.52 (SD = 2.95) was not different from 5 (t(55) = 1.32, p = .19).
The possibility of receptive heterosexual anal intercourse has only been mentioned in a couple of studies (18, 19).
They discuss anal intercourse, both male-male and male-female, on tomb texts from the second century BCE to erotic writing of the Ming period.
The control and risk-reduction groups were statistically indistinguishable with respect to the odds of reporting unprotected vaginal intercourse, heterosexual anal intercourse and vaginal intercourse with multiple partners.
In the high risk category, vaginal and anal intercourse without a condom carries the greatest risk.
(13) "Because in men, but not in women, having had syphilis and being single are associated with the practice of anal intercourse," the investigators proposed, "our data suggest that anal intercourse may be a risk factor for anal cancer."
Other causes include the insertion of a foreign object, anal intercourse, a digital rectal exam and chronic constipation or diarrhea.