Although, Tyler, I respect you as an individual and think you have made some great strides for the HIV community with your projects, I cannot take you seriously as a writer. The study that you reference is for ADOLESCENT BOYS and yet you use it as an example for gay MEN as having a higher likelihood of using AAS. Even though the information could be used in relation to gay men, it is a misrepresentation of the statistics. I agree that there is a majority of gay men that have a misconstrued idea of what an ideal gay man should look like, how can one take this article seriously from someone that looks like the person in the picture above and misconstrues statistical information meant for another segment of the population?
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