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Health, sexuality and place: The different geographies of HIV-positive gay men in Auckland, New Zealand

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This paper employs interview narratives alongside participant-led photography and caption writing to examine the different daily geographies of 15 HIV-positive gay men in Auckland, New Zealand. Difference for these men is rooted in both their HIV status and their sexuality, and this difference has implications for their engagement with the world at a range of spatial and temporal scales. Giving voice to such experiences begins to answer calls for geographers to consider more deeply the connections between health, sexuality and place.

Keywords: Auckland; HIV; difference; health; place; sexuality

Document Type: Research Article


Publication date: 2010-12-01

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