In response to this situation, the LGBT movement has been consolidating worldwide to denounce violations of human and social rights related to the homosexual population, and claim equal rights, especially for access to health services, free of prejudice and discrimination [ 2 ]. These should be able to analyze the health status of their clients, taking into consideration the health, social, and cultural context in which they are placed.
Still, the thematic approach inherent in sexuality that often goes against professional modesty prevents satisfactory health care being directed to the group [ 9 ]. Homophobia can be defined as the rejection, fear or irrational intolerance towards homosexuality [ 7 , 18 ].
Gay and bisexual men suffer from difficulties of access to health services due to homosexual orientation as well as experience breach of confidentiality and discrimination in services by professionals. Healthcare preferences of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning youth.