Man Manual Sources: Man to Man (2015)

References and images used in the Man To Man publication for gay men, 2015

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A list of sources for Man to Man (2015) follows:

What's the point (page 4):

The Tool-kit (page XX):

How to be good to your head (page XX): 

You are what you eat (and drink) (page XX):

How to get active (page XX): 

Small changes - big differences (page XX):

​These references were correct at April 2015.

Photo Credits

A list of photographic credits for Man to Man (2015) follows:

Cover:  Fuzzy and Warm by David Goehring (Creative Commons Licence: CC BY 2.0) (also used on pages 12-13)

Page 3:  Naked human male body front anterior by Mikael Häggström (public domain)

Page 4: Gay Pride 2011 Toulouse (hand holding) by Guillaume Paumier (CC BY 2.0)

Page 6: Trio by istoletheTV (CC BY 2.0)

Page 9: HIV ribbon by Trygve Utstumo (No restrictions)

Page 10: Set of coloured condoms as a traffic light by Timothy Takemoto (CC BY 2.0

Page 15: Gay Pride 2011 Toulouse (rainbow heart balloons) by Guillaume Paumier (CC BY 2.0)

Page 16: Stress by bottled_void (CC BY 2.0)

Page 17:  Car Photos by Jim Larrison (CC BY 2.0)

Page 20: Vegetable Chili with Cornbread by Len Rizzi (public domain)

Page 24:  London Marathon 25.04.2010 (276) by Julian Mason (CC BY 2.0)

Page 26: Tape Measure by Pink Sherbet Photography (CC BY 2.0

Page 27: 170720087191-beach by Paul In London (CC BY 2.0)

Page 29: Tanning bed in use by Alexis O'Toole (CC BY-SA 2.0)

Page 31: Bald, Headphone by Sascha Kohlmann (CC BY-SA 2.0)

Page 32: Relaxing in the park by chinesechef (CC BY 2.0)

The credits were correct as at April 2015.


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