Fifty men aged between 18 and 55 years from diverse socio-demographic backgrounds and five key informants were interviewed in a qualitative male sexuality study.
The meanings of reduced bodily pleasure associated with condom use are socially constructed.
Men's emotions and trust expressed through understanding of direct penile-vaginal contact and ejaculation inside the vagina as 'pure' and 'natural' sex oppose condom use.
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The data were analyzed with Epi-info TM version 7.0 (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, GA, USA), Odd ratio was determined and the test of statistical significance was with Fisher exact test at 95% CI.
The mean age of the participants was 29 /- 4.3 years.
Social dimensions of masculine sexuality, pleasure, eroticism and the emotional aspect of men's lives have to be addressed for effective condom promotion.