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Exclusion of Sexual Minorities in Sexual Health Education in Zambia
European Scientific Journal
Sexual health interventions against sexual contraction and transmission of HIV in most developing countries such as Zambia, are often biased towards heterosexual sexual health interventions. This act tends to exclude minority sexual groups such as men who have sex with men whose existence could affect the transmission and spread of the virus. This paper therefore sought to present an analysis of the exclusion of sexual minorities in sexual health education interventions in Zambia. Methods: Thisdoi:10.19044/esj.2019.v15n8p25 fatcat:oppiosp75bbwbfdo7fllqt7fnq