The strategies they employed to realize their sexual autonomy within multiple varied relationships may provide clues as to how sexual agency and safe sex practices can be incorporated into interventions targeting women at risk. Using a Black feminist framework, we describe how participants displayed considerable autonomy by actively forming and withdrawing from sexual relationships with men. Khan MR, et al. Trust of Partners Fifteen women commented that they did not trust their partners to be monogamous. Some women saw it as a response to betrayal by male partners and others viewed it as a means to pursue pleasure in sexual relationships. Two main themes related to this topic emerged.
This qualitative paper will describe how a sample of low-income substance using Black women in New York City demonstrated contradictory empowerment in their sexual relationships with men:
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Similar to Nunn et al. See other articles in PMC that cite the published article. Secondly, women reported that drug or alcohol use directly affected their HIV risk-taking behaviors with concurrent partners. Mia 31 admitted being less attracted to her primary mate, with whom she lived for 12 years. Police were called to investigate after a woman complained of sexual assault in Mayafter she went to Rathore suffering with a hip problem. I had my own money when I was working for my bills, paying my mother or paying for babysitting, helping buy food.