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Racialethnic differences in prevalence and patterns of oral and anal sex were analyzed among girls participating in a microbicide acceptability study. Cross-sectional analysisrecruitment to participate in a 6-month study examining microbicide acceptability. the prevalence of heterosexual anal and oral sex is important because the behaviors are associated with negative sexual health outcomes. Heterosexual anal sex has been identified as a risk factor for hiv infection and other stis (e. , human papillomavirus infection) 3, 710, abnormal anal cytology , and anal cancer in women. racial disparities and gender differences exist in the incidence of ac. Potential causes for this disparity are disparate access to healthcare, lack of education, and lack of awareness. Greater understanding of the racial disparity in ac can help identify at risk population and eventually lead to improved preventative measures to ultimately reduce the incidence of ac. Anal cancer (ac) is an uncommon form of cancer with a low prevalence of 0. 5 of gastrointestinal cancer cases, and 4 of cancer-related deaths (). Symptoms for ac include rectal bleeding, rectal itching, lump or mass at the anal opening, pain or feeling of fullness in the anal area, changes in bowel. Having anal sex can increase the risk of bacterial infection, pregnancy, and sexually transmitted infections, and it can worsen hemorrhoids. Incidence was observed for all racial groups except for puerto rican women. this study used qualitative methods to assess why women engage in heterosexual anal (receptive) intercourse (ai) with a male partner. Four focus groups which comprised women from diverse ethnicities were conducted. All groups were digitally recorded for transcription transcripts were analyzed using the methods of grounded theory to determine themes. We must start taking anal warts seriously in men who have sex with men. Anal warts should be viewed as a marker for a potentially precancerous anal lesion, dr. Increases in unsafe sex and rectal gonorrhea among men who have sex with men -- san francisco, california, 1994-1997. Reductions in aids cases among men who have sex with men (msm) have been attributed in part to widespread declines in unprotected anal sex since the mid-1980s (1) and use of increasingly effective antiretroviral therapy (art) since the mid-1990s (2).