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  1. When "No" Means "Yes" and "Yes" Means Harm: HIV Risk, Consent and Sadomasochism Case Law, Annette Houlihan, Law & Sexuality: A Review of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Legal Issues (2011)

    This article discusses the criminalization in England of same-sex, sadomasochistic (s and m) behavior. The author also explores how violence and HIV are readily associated with homosexual, but not heterosexual, s and m behavior, as well as the court' ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 6/28/2017 12:46pm

  2. Quantifying Sexual Exposure to HIV Within an HIV-serodiscordant Relationship: Development of an Algorithm, Julie Fox et al., AIDS (2011)

    This abstract is taken, in part, from the article summary. The risk of acquiring HIV from a single sexual contact varies enormously, reflecting biological and behavioral characteristics of both infected and uninfected partners. This article systematically ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 10/29/2019 5:01pm

  3. Should it be Illegal for HIV-Positive Persons to Have Unprotected Sex Without Disclosure? An Examination of Attitudes Among US Men Who Have Sex With Men and the Impact of State Law, Keith J. Horvath et al., AIDS Care (2010)

    This survey examined attitudes about the criminalization of sex without advance disclosure by an HIV-positive MSM of his HIV status to his partner. 1,725 American men who have ever had sex with another man were surveyed. Of the total respondents, 65% thou ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 8/9/2017 2:04pm

  4. Where HIV is a Crime, Not Just a Virus, Edwin J. Bernard, HIV Treatment Update (2010)

    This article discusses the global trend in the creation of laws specifically aimed at criminalizing HIV exposure. At the time of the article, 63 countries had at least one jurisdiction with HIV-specific criminal laws—a number on the rise, particularly in ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 8/16/2017 11:00am

  5. Sex Work, Criminalization, and HIV: Lessons from Advocacy History, Anna Forbes, BETA (2010)

    Sex workers are frequently omitted from discussions about the links between criminalization, marginalization, and increased HIV transmission. At the IAS 2010 conference in Vienna, substantial attention was focused on the negative impacts that criminalizat ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 6/14/2017 11:19am

  6. The Potential for State Attorneys General to Promote the Public’s Health: Theory, Evidence, and Practice, Lainie Rutkow, Stephen Teret, Saint Louis University Public Law Review (2010)

    This article makes the case that State Attorneys General (SAG) have considerable legal powers to protect the public's health, yet their role in the development of health policy is often under-appreciated or misunderstood. The authors assess typical p ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 6/14/2017 11:17am

  7. Lynn Paltrow and Katherine Jack, Pregnant Women, Junk Science, and Zealous Defense, 34 The Champion 30 (May 2010)

    This journal article discusses the politicization and criminalization of reproduction, specifically the criminal prosecutions of drug use by pregnant women. Some of the prosecutions that women have faced include criminal child endangerment, attempted murd ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 5/8/2013 1:46pm

  8. A Duty to Kiss and Tell? Examining the Uncomfortable Relationships Between Negligence and the Transmission of HPV, Timothy J. Hasken, 95 Iowa L. Rev. 985 (March 2010)

    While tort law has held individuals liable for negligently spreading certain communicable disease since the late 19th century, most recent civil cases in this area has been focused on HIV and, to a lesser extent, herpes. Despite the sometimes near-hysteri ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 5/8/2013 1:46pm