Sexual Cultures and Migration in the Era of AIDS: Anthropological and Demographic Perspectives

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Thailand is in a more specific sense also valid for the Thai community in Holland: in Thailand the openness about sexuality is as much a benefit as it is constitutive of sexual risk, while within the Thai community in Holland the highly visible and varied forms of involvement with sexuality are also an advantage in addressing the issues more profoundly and with greater commitment than could be the case in heterosexual Dutch society.


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