HIV criminalization News and Stories
The man likely to be the new U.S. Attorney General, William Barr, at one time oversaw a prison camp for people with HIV
“The last thing we want is for people to get the impression that this happens often or that it can happen easily.”
U.S. military HIV policies differ wildly from person to person. But despite the confusion, these lawyers are sure of one thing: They’re all discriminatory
Blake Mason removed their porn scenes of Daryll Rowe after he was convicted of spreading HIV — should US sites do the same with other criminal performers?
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
A 26-year-old imprisoned under HIV criminalization laws has been granted parole, but the laws that got him there are outdated and unjust
California’s HIV criminalization law just downgraded ‘knowing exposing someone to HIV’ from a felony to a misdemeanor, but it’s still problematic in several ways
Michael Johnson faced a sentence of 96 years for ‘recklessly infecting’ one man with HIV; he accepted a plea bargain for 10 years for having consensual sex
We must remember that LGBTQ people are also poor, black, Latinx, Native American, Muslim, women and citizens of oppressive countries around the world, making each and every one of us connected
California legislators, lead by gay Sen. Scott Wiener, have announced a bill that would decriminalize having unprotected sex with HIV.