Many travelers from Britain find new sexual partners abroad

By Kathryn Doyle One in 10 men and one in 20 women who travel internationally from Great Britain find new sexual partners abroad, according to two new studies. Sexually transmitted infection and HIV prevalence is higher in certain parts of the world, so some overseas partnerships may be riskier than others, said the lead author of one paper. “When people travel from home they have the opportunity to meet new people and, depending on why they are traveling, may feel less constrained by social taboos controlling sexual expression,” said Dr. Clare Tanton of the Research Department of Infection and Population Health at University College London.
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