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Although we didn’t collect data from the US or other places to compare to these data, I would expect less prejudice toward gay men among students in other places.
In retrospect, I really shouldn’t have been so surprised: Malaysia is one of a few countries wherein same-sex sexual acts are forbidden by law.
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I was very fortunate to work with outstanding MPH students, including Harry Jin, when I was a postdoc at Yale.
The country’s inspector general of police has declared that a local technology conference centered around sexual relations between humans and robots is illegal and that the people who organized the event will be punished if they proceed with it anyway, local media reports. But one of the co-chairs of the event, City University London Professor Adrian David, told The Star Online that the conference will in no way advocate sexual relationships between humans and machines, insisting that the event was simply an academic discussion among researchers.Malaysian Penal Code Section 377 is a remnant of British colonial-era law that punishes “carnal intercourse against the order of nature.” These punishments include imprisonment, fines, and whipping.So, the structural stigma toward gay men is pretty strong in Malaysia.He was interested in the extent to which these students stigmatize people living with HIV as well as people at risk of HIV.This was important to do because these students will soon be healthcare providers and stigma among healthcare providers has been shown to be a significant problem: Providers who are more prejudiced toward and stereotype certain groups also discriminate against members of those groups, including by giving them worse care. Students from 7 Malaysian universities received the link to our online study, and 1296 ultimately filled it out. Harry’s initial work with these data compared prejudice toward four groups: patients in general, patients living with HIV, patients who are men who have sex with men (whom I’ll refer to as gay men in this article, even though the two aren’t necessarily the same), and patients who inject drugs.