This challenging critique explores the current constraints and opportunities for addressing and promoting the sexual health of men. It redresses the balance between society's traditional views and expectations of men's sexual health, compared to the sexual health of women. The wide-ranging approach critically considers all aspects of sexual health, including historic developments, social considerations, personal issues and political climates. Authoritative and evidence-based, "The Sexual Health of Men" brings together experts from the fields of sexual health research, education and practice. It is highly recommended for health and social care professionals, including nurses, doctors, social workers, health advisers and sexual health service providers. Health researchers, and policy makers and shapers will find the research of great interest, as will all those concerned about the sexual health and well-being in men.
Table of Contents
Recasting masculinity – mapping out challenges and opportunities for public health. Men and sexual health. Physical sexual ill health. Psychosexual aspects of men’s health. Sexual behaviour. Sexual health promotion for BME (Black, Minority and Ethnic) men. Providing sexual health services for men.