stion, the report has established that MSM are more prone to acquiring STIs than their heterosexual partners because unprotected anal intercourse presents more chances of acquire STIs than virginal intercourse. On the third question, it has been conclusively noted that the sexual and reproductive health of African migrants is gendered in its effects because men have more powers and privileges over the sexuality and reproduction of their female partners.
This present report is primarily based on the topics of migration and sexual health. In the context of the report, the term ‘migration’ will be used to refer to the movement of people from one region to another while the term ‘sexual health’ will be used to refer to the “state of mental, physical, emotional, and social well-being of a person in terms of sexuality (Rutter and Schwartz, 2012) and (Crooks and Baur, 2014). In order to broaden the understanding of the topic area it is important to note that the term ‘sexuality’ refers to the sexual habits and desires of a person.
The study on migration and sexual health cuts across as unique in the field of academics because not so many studies have been dedicated to look into the relation of migration and sexual health. In particular, this present study will look at the migration of Africans from various African countries into the United Kingdom. It is important to note that over the past years dating back to the late part of the 20th century, there has been a continued increase of African migrants drawn from various countries into the United Kingdom. According to Spencer (2010), this trend of migration has been promoted by the fact that UK is perceived to be a greener pasture for the African migrants who believe they can easily secure well paying jobs in the country, and gain access to quality education. However, Arthur et al. (2012) added that some African migrants opted to migrate to the UK as asylum seekers in order to evade the hostile political ...Show more