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 […]
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?
A 42-year-old activist and one-time TV anchor Anton Krasovsky is running to become Moscow’s mayor. But can Russian’s only gay politician actually win?
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
A newly issued Hong Kong gay marriage ruling states the government has an interest to oppose same-sex marriage, but not for religious reasons
Nick Harrison, an HIV-positive veteran, has filed a lawsuit challenging the U.S. military HIV ban. The ban basically denies HIV+ people the right to serve
The People’s Democratic Party (HDP) included Hasan Atik on its list of candidates for the June 24 election in the north-west province of Edirne
The Bill Gates Trump HIV comment was made while the Microsoft co-founder was addressing staff at a recent meeting of his charitable Gates Foundation.
You’ve probably never heard of ‘Red Ribbon Blues,’ an indie film about four friends who start robbing pharmacies for HIV meds
The No Pants No Problem party is returning to this year’s International AIDS Conference in Amsterdam; we talk to the founder and sponsor of the sexy event
In a new magazine feature, six queer journalists revisit the paper’s HIV coverage, discussing the ignorant ways in which it once covered the topic