Discover how gay men’s health care can be improved!Smearing the Queer: Medical Bias in the Health . Published by Thriftbooks.
Discover how gay men’s health care can be improved!Smearing the Queer: Medical Bias in the Health Care of Gay Men explores how social prejudices embedded i. . com User, 19 years ago. Scarce's book resonates deeply as a gay man who consistently finds himself on the short end of the cultural, religious, governmental, and medical sticks. From anal cancer to rectal microbicides to the atypical inclusion of poetry in a medical tome, this book is unique and important.
Bibliographic Citation. New York: Harrington Park Press/Haworth Press, 1999. Personal Health Care or Preventive Care: Distributing Scarce Medical Resources . Engelhardt, H. Tristram (1980-09). Related Items in Google Scholar.
Discover how gay men’s health care can be improved!Smearing the Queer .
Discover how gay men’s health care can be improved! .
This book provides an agenda for addressing heterosexism in the health sciences and in medical care while broadening approaches to gay male wellness beyond the limited scope of HIV infection.
why many gay men should be receiving periodic anal Pap smears to screen for anorectal cancer. an in-depth critique of the problematic diagnosis of Gay Bowel Syndrome. gay men’s use of the Reality Female Condom for anal sex. Viagara’s impact on gay men’s sexual cultures, erectile dysfunction, and recreational drug use.
We argue that the invisibility of gay men within health policy contributes to disempowering gay men, which is likely to contribute to continued health disparities for gay me.
We argue that the invisibility of gay men within health policy contributes to disempowering gay men, which is likely to contribute to continued health disparities for gay men. To conclude, the policy implications of these findings are discussed.
Journal of the Gay and Lesbian Medical Association
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He lives in San Francisco
He lives in San Francisco. He is the author of two books: Smearing the Queer: Medical Bias in the Health Care of Gay Men and Male on Male Rape: The Hidden Toll of Stigma and Shame. He was the first man to graduate with a degree in Women's Studies from Ohio State University, where his activism led to the evacuation of a wing of a campus residence hall after experiencing death threats and ongoing anti-gay harassment.
Smearing the Queer: Medical Bias in the Health Care of Gay Men, Haworth Press (1999). LGBT, or GLBT, is an initialism that stands for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender. Queer studies, sexual diversity studies, or LGBT studies is the study of issues relating to sexual orientation and gender identity usually focusing on lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, asexual, queer, questioning, intersex people and cultures.
Medical Bias in the Health Care of Gay Men. by Michael Scarce. This groundbreaking book explore a number of neglected concerns affecting the sexual health of gay men, calling for the recognition of their scientific, political, and cultural significance.