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Sexuality of Drug Users
Justinová, Jana ; Weiss, Petr (advisor) ; Popov, Petr (referee) ; Zvěřina, Jaroslav (referee)
Purpose: The purpose of the thesis is to map the sexuality of regular methamphetamine and buprenorphin users, which up to now remains little explored. We would also like to find out whether there is a difference between the two, and more over to compare our findings with some characteristics of a same-age sample of Czech population. Methods: The research is of quantitative nature. The data were collected using an original anonymous questionnaire, which was separately answered by 267 respondents. 115 men and 51 women were methamphetamine users, while 68 men and 33 women were users of buprenorphine. The data were processed by SPSS. Results: 52 % of men and 66 % of women are satisfied with their sexual life. Some kind of change as a result of drug abuse noticed 73 % of all respondents. According to the type of substance, the groups differ in type of change. Women using buprenorphine have some need of sexual satisfaction more frequently than those using methamphetamine. During their drug career, 57 % of men and 66 % of women suffered from some kind of sexual problems. 61 % of women have some experience with lesbian sex and 40% account themselves bisexuals. 48 % of men have at some time paid for sex to a prostitute. Sex for money or drugs have changed 20 % of men and 38 % of women. The prevalence of sexual abuse...

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