Health Service failing Gay and Bisexual men according to Stonewall

The world’s largest ever health survey of gay and bisexual men has found they get left behind by the health service in the UK. The survey shows that more gay and bisexual men attempt suicide, worry about their bodies and suffer eating related illnessses than their straight counterparts. More worrying perhaps, si that almost half the survey’s respondents claimed to have suffered at some time from domestic abuse. A quarter have never tested for STDs and nearly a third have never tested for HIV.
The survey, carried out by Stonewall, blames the Service for focusing too often on sex and health and not looking at the wider picture when dealing with Gay and Bisexual male patients.
The survey can be found here. Stonewall’s groundbreaking survey into the health of lesbian and bisexual women from 2008 can be found here