- The possibility of HIV as well as other sexually transmitted conditions is high among people who exchange intercourse for cash or nonmonetary things.
- Few large-scale (population-based) studies have been done on HIV among this diverse band of individuals.
- Numerous social and structural facets ensure it is hard to avoid and treat HIV among individuals who exchange intercourse for the money or nonmonetary things.
The definition of “people who exchange intercourse for cash or nonmonetary things” (hereinafter introduced to as “people who trade sex”) includes an easy selection of people who trade intercourse for earnings or any other things including meals, medications, medication, and shelter. People who exchange intercourse are in increased risk of having or transmitting HIV along with other sexually transmitted conditions (STDs) because they’re prone to participate in high-risk intimate actions ( e.g., intercourse without having a condom, intercourse with numerous lovers) and substance usage.