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Other significant correlates included perception of more girlfriends using condoms, no history of STDs, stronger normative beliefs favoring male decision making in relationships, greater pregnancy worry, and greater perceived invulnerability to STDs. For adolescents reporting casual relationships, personal barriers to condom use, no history of STDs, and reporting that their boyfriends typically decide when to have sex were associated with more frequent UVS. Female adolescents in steady relationships differ from those in casual relationships relative to their prevention needs. These findings have implications for clinic- or community-based STD and human immunodeficiency virus prevention programs. Because of a combination of biological factors eg, cervical ectopy and social factors eg, greater prevalence of STDs among their sex partners , African American adolescent females are particularly likely to be infected with an STD. To date, quantitative research identifying correlates of risk behavior in samples composed, at least in part, of female African Americans has focused on adults rather than adolescents.

Imported for my body: The African women trafficked to India for sex

Black Women with Multiple Sex Partners

At age 21, she was abducted and forced into sexual solicitation. I had no limits on what I should have been doing, however, sexually. I secretly did what I could to mentally deal with this at the time. In overwhelming numbers, the persons most likely to be victimized are vulnerable Black girls and women.

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Motivations of low-income substance using heterosexual Black women in New York City for having multiple sexual partners are explored in this paper. Individual-level motivations for extra relational sex fell into four dominant themes: sexual pleasure, partner infidelity, sex exchange and past main partners. Using a Black feminist framework, we describe how participants displayed considerable autonomy by actively forming and withdrawing from sexual relationships with men.
In The Sex Lives of African Women , individual women from across the African continent and its global diaspora speak to their diverse experiences of sex, sexualities and relationships, according to Dialogue Books, as well as revealing common threads. They do this by grappling with experiences of child sexual abuse, resisting the religious edicts of their childhood, and by asserting their sexual power, whether that be by working as a dominatrix or choosing to leave relationships that no longer serve them. Women do all this in a quest to live free.