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First, participants described the ways in which stigma marks them as just one more body within social and medical institutions, emphasising the dehumanisation they experience in these settings. These forms of stigma may hinder the use of HIV testing services and prevention programs Brooks et al. Future studies should aim to understand the nature, process, and health impacts of stigma and discrimination among the broader population of Black MSM, including men who do not identify as gay or bisexual. For example, keenly aware of the grave financial complications which can follow pursuing paid work, Ully described consulting with Social Security personnel before beginning part-time work as a drug counsellor, to ensure that he would be compliant with the existing rules. Similarly, Freire, a 53 year old gay man, described a recent encounter with homophobia at a local college, where he was taking a class. Following coding, data were analysed by examining the full range of responses associated with particular themes of interest, in order to obtain information about experiences and perceptions across the sample. These types of experiences also characterised his encounters with health care workers in New York, where he characterises physicians as preferring, as he states -- to be in your presence no longer than it takes for them to fill out your paperwork to make sure Medicaid pays them -- a predicament which he personally experienced in being prematurely discharged from a local hospital following a severe psychiatric episode, in which he posed a danger to himself.

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Cast outside the border separating valued from devalued bodies, Cee described being treated in an inhumane fashion precisely at the moment in which he most needed support. Participants for the larger study were recruited through the use of small cards posted at community organisations known to serve older gay and bisexual men. It is also important to recognize the role that racialization plays at the intersections of sexual orientation, gender identity, and immigrant status. Finally, they described the ways in which these dynamics converged to relegate them to the quagmire of an HIV ghetto dependent on the precarious provision of social welfare, and constrained in their ability to influence its quality and reliability. For example, keenly aware of the grave financial complications which can follow pursuing paid work, Ully described consulting with Social Security personnel before beginning part-time work as a drug counsellor, to ensure that he would be compliant with the existing rules.

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Participants described stigma as a pervasive force that renders them, as Cee, a 52 year old gay man describes, just one more … body. He described the situation and its implications as follows. Walcotttherefore argues for queer black spaces that are diasporic and attune to difference, evident in events such as Blockorama Life history interviews were conducted by the study investigators, Mark B. Jun Third Text. Others avoided sexual relationships with other Black men or preferred relationships with White men, sometimes in opposition to experiences of oppressive masculinity from some Black partners but mindful of the possibility of racialised encounters with their White partners. So, you suffer, you suffer, you suffer.