Building a Place for Counseling of Male Street Sex Workers in a Public Health Service: Sao Paulo, Brazil
There is no doubt that social life imposes limitations on individuals, and normative structures are developed to guide individuals toward well known objectives culturally determined. Although such structure determines a social rhythm, disorders may eventually happen.
KeywordsSexually Transmitted Disease Steady Partner Venereal Disease Research Laboratory Syphilis Test Social Rhythm
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