Recognising Sexual Coercion And Unwanted Sex Among Gay And Bisexual Men.

Gareth R. Terry

Research on rape and sexual assault of gay and bisexual men has increased over the last decade, yet the wider issue of sexual coercion has received little attention. Within heterosexual relationships, coercion is largely the product of a traditional active male sexuality and a passive female sexuality. For a man having sex with another man, this dichotomy is not as clear; conventional representations of male sexuality arguably make it difficult to recognise the possibility of a man being pressured/coerced into unwanted sex. 

Conflict of Interest: None disclosed
Financial Support/Funding: Health Research Council of New Zealand, Lottery Health (Nz)
Sydney, Australia, April 2007

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Gareth R. Terry

Department of Psychology, The University of Auckland, New Zealand.

Co-authors: Co-authors: Dr Nicola Gavey, Dr Virginia Braun, John Fenaughty; Research team: Dr Johanna Schmidt, Maia Eremin, Dr Maree Burns, Jade le Grice, Krasimira Kirova
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