AMSM have a smaller pool Grindr potential partners relative to their heterosexual peers due to the smaller size of the sexual minority community, as well as the relative lack of sexual minority male peers who are out trans any given school, where youth tend to meet partners.
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Author information Copyright and License information Disclaimer. Relationship and sexual health education programs for male couples should consider addressing social media and technology use in their curricula. Other items related to their partner and partner's app use covered whether their trans also used mobile dating applications, whether they had separate or trans accounts on these applications, and whether their partner was aware of the respondent's use of mobile dating apps.
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Sex risk among young men who have sex with men who use Grindr, a smartphone geosocial networking application. The motivations behind the selection of media may be nuanced: Holloway and colleagues 4 reported that among MSM aged 18—24, Grindr, Facebook, and dating sites were more likely used for making new friends, connecting with existing friends, and meeting people for sex, respectively.