Alex Liu, a sexologist and documentarian, dismantles ignorance and stigma around sex by helping men learn how to have bangin’ sex — we chatted
Five years with HIV isn’t a long time, but it’s longer than many HIV-positive people survived in the past. I remember being 21, barely old enough to go to a bar without a fake ID, and getting a phone call from the student clinic a week or so after getting […]
One of the many shameful things of his presidency was the Ronald Reagan HIV response, or lack thereof; it was only into his second term he even said ‘AIDS’
“The last thing we want is for people to get the impression that this happens often or that it can happen easily.”
The new ‘Thank Your Hero’ MTV PSA features HIV-positive people thanking those who helped them cope when they first got their diagnosis and then thrive.
20 years ago today, after running AIDS-related obituaries for many years, the Bay Area Reporter ran its famous ‘No Obits’ article.
ImPrEP is the first-ever PrEP in Mexico project, and it’s planned to start in the next few weeks at the Specialized Clinic Condesa
PrEP use is skyrocketing among people at the highest risk of contracting HIV: In a presentation at the 22nd International AIDS Conference in Amsterdam, researchers from the CDC and Emory University’s Rollins School of Public Health revealed that, within the at-risk demographic, the rate of PrEP use went from 7.0 […]
The fifth-ever HIV vaccine is ready to go to human trials after protecting two-thirds of monkeys in animal testing trials — but will it protect people?
How can we end the HIV epidemic if there are still laws that make being LGBT a crime, making people afraid to come out and get the help they need?
‘Pose’ does something that very few others have done: It’s a show about HIV that portrays the virus as incidental to our experience
Hornet speaks with George Ayala of MPact about the name change, the future of the organization and the ongoing struggle for gay men’s health and rights
And remember, get tested!