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Gay Sexual Health: Canberra Launches Grunt Campaign for Hot Gays

By Charles Omedo , Feb 25, 2017 07:38 AM EST
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Gay sexual health is now the focus of several public and private initiatives in Australia among other countries, and the GRUNT initiative in Canberra is the proof of this in Australia. GRUNT is a sexual health campaign for bisexual, gay and trans men in the country, and the program ws only launched a couple days back. Its launch was supported by the Australian Federation of AIDS Organization and the AIDS Action Council among other backers.

Sexual health campaign for hot gays

The GRUNT initiative is all about providing sexual health campaigns to educate fun-loving gays in Australia. The platform also serves as the basis upon which queer trans men could engage in informed sex that is inclusive to lover partners. The initiative will also disseminate current sexual health information that will not only guide gays into satisfying sexual experiences, but that will also provide them with guidance on safe health behaviors, Star Observer reports.

Gay sexual health was first launched under the GRUNT initiative in 2016 when it was apparent that gays were engaging in sexual practices without the same level of sexual health knowledge. Some do not also have equal access to the same sexual healthcare providers, prompting organizers to found the initiative. According to Philippa Moss of the AIDS Action Council, "GRUNT is the first sexual health promotion campaign in Australia dedicated to the needs of trans men."

Same-sex marriage laws reduced suicides among gays and lesbian teens

Gay sexual health shows in a related development reported by the Los Angeles Times that suicide among teen gays and lesbians following the endorsement of same-sex marriage and rights by the US Supreme Court. Studies revealed that the rate at which bisexual teens as well as gay and lesbian teenagers was phenomenal when their sexual rights were not recognized by the law. With social acceptance having improved for lesbians, gays, bisexuals, transgenders and Intersex (LGBTI), the community and teens no longer consider suicide as the answer to their social and sexual health problems.

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