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Leclerc-Madlala S. One participant in this category had a boyfriend with whom she was not yet having sex and used condoms with her other sex partners. What follows is an in-depth description of the fluidity and variation found in the above categories and how women were instrumental in forming, maintaining and ending their sexual relationships with men. Principals office. Secondary sex partners as financial support Money and other resources were cited as another reason for having secondary sex partners.
Correspondence for this article should be addressed to Stephanie Campos, ude. Recent studies of sexual risk among Black adults have focused on relationship status and transformations. These relationships fit into a wide range of practices, from one-night stands to bonds that are more long-lasting and emotionally layered. Substance use and risky sexual behavior for exposure to HIV: Issues in methodology, interpretation, and prevention. Money and other resources were cited as another reason for having secondary sex partners.
The authors would like to thank Michael Pass and Deborah Murray for their contributions to this paper as well as all the respondents that participated in this research. Masters, N. AIDS and Behavior. Hot sex of skinny girl and old man culminates with cumshot. Constructing grounded theory: A practical guide through qualitative analysis. The small size of our sample and the qualitative nature of the data limit the generalizability of our findings to low-income Black women.