Jamaica Caribbean HIV Prevention

Jamaica Caribbean HIV Prevention

In this Friday, April 4, 2014, photo, a young gay man hangs out at the entrance of a sewer pipe along a trash-strewn canal where he lives beneath a busy road in Kingston, Jamaica. He is part of a small group of young, gay and transgender Jamaicans who mostly sell sex to make money. Gay sex and prostitution is illegal in Jamaica, and LGBT people who sell sex face arrest or worse. Roughly 33 percent of men who have sex with men are believed to be infected on Jamaica. (AP Photo/David McFadden)

In this Friday, April 4, 2014, photo, a young gay man hangs out at the entrance of a sewer pipe along a trash-strewn canal where he lives beneath a busy road in Kingston, Jamaica. He is part of a small group of young, gay and transgender Jamaicans who mostly sell sex to make money. Gay sex and prostitution is illegal in Jamaica, and LGBT people who sell sex face arrest or worse. Roughly 33 percent of men who have sex with men are believed to be infected on Jamaica. (AP Photo/David McFadden)

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