Gay bowel syndrome was a medical term first used by Henry L. Kazal and colleagues in 1976 to describe the various sexually transmitted perianal and rectal.
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The gay bowel. Through the early 1970's with increasing freedom of sexual expression a subpopulation of homosexual men, particularly in the larger cities of .
Gay bowel syndrome was first named as an illness in 1976 in the medical literature via the journal Annals of Clinical and Laboratory Science.