Concurrent sexual partnerships are an important behavioral driver of HIV epidemics. This analysis examines the prevalence and correlates of concurrency among young adults in the Cape Metropolitan Area, South Africa. 13% reported concurrency during their last sexual partnership with variability by sex and race. Concurrency was associated wiht race, knowledge of a partner's infidelity, and other risky sexual behaviors.
Key Words: concurrency, HIV prevention, concurrent sexual partnerships, multiple partners
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