Libey, Erik
April 2007
Empty Closet;Apr2007, Issue 400, p10B
The article discusses the health issues that gay people must face aside from HIV and AIDS. Many other health issues that the GLBT community must give attention to have gone unrecognized such as the issue of getting regular anal pap smears for gay and bisexual men who engage in anal sex and for lesbians to be conscious of the fact that lesbian women are more prone to breast cancer than heterosexual women.


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