‘The big challenge around homophobia is being able to talk about sex and being able to talk about men having sex with men, what they need, and to demystify that,’ says Mick Quinlan, manager of the Gay Health Network. File image: Yui Mok/PA Wire

Almost a third of gay or bisexual men in Ireland had thoughts that they would be “better off dead” or of harming themselves in “the last two weeks”, a(...)

“They don’t have a definition and they don’t have a name. They consider themselves to be heterosexual men who have sex with men occasionally.” Photograph: Yui Mok/PA Wire

Men who have had sexual contact with other men but who do not identify as being gay or bisexual are being urged to participate in an international sur(...)

Of the new diagnoses, 51 per cent were among men who have sex with men

The Health Service Executive has reported a five per cent increase in the number of people diagnosed with HIV in Ireland last year. There were 508 n(...)

Some 61 per cent of those surveyed had sex with one or more non-steady partner in the last year, and 40 per cent of these had intercourse without a condom. Photograph: Pederk/E+/Getty

Almost 40 per cent of men who have sex with men (MSM) have never tested for HIV or sexually transmitted infections, according to a survey of the commu(...)

The HSE is carrying out a survey of gay and bisexual men in an attempt to reduce the high levels of HIV among men who have sex with men

The HSE is carrying out a survey of gay and bisexual men in an attempt to reduce the high levels of HIV among men who have sex with men.This group acc(...)