peacheslatour February 3, 2020 Share February 3, 2020 29 minutes ago, theredhead77 said: There's another medication called PreP that has been out a bit longer that looks to be available to both those assigned male and those assigned female at birth. I am struggling to phrase this correctly (please correct everything inaccurate and accept my apologizes for the inaccuracies) but aren't people assigned male at birth but do not identify as "male" and people who identify as a gay man at a higher risk of HIV than people who identify as CIS gender they were born? Perhaps that's the reason this drug has only been tested on people who were assigned male at birth, to start. Behavior (not practicing safe sex) is the main risk factor. I don't think gender, assigned or not, comes into it. 3 Link to comment
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