We may be 36 years into the AIDS epidemic, but many questions still come up around HIV. Fortunately Hornet’s Ask a Pro video series has plenty of answers
World AIDS Day
Hornet has joined the international Undetectable = Untransmittable campaign (U=U) becoming the first gay social network to support the initiative
Around the World: New HIV Sculpture in Amsterdam, UK Launches PrEP Trial, HIV on the Rise in Philippines
New York wasn’t the only city to get public art for World HIV Day — Amsterdam got an abacus to countdown the days until the world is free of AIDS.
On this World HIV Day, let’s look at how the country’s commitment to defeat the virus has taken shape in the last eight years
Located at West 12th street and Greenwich Avenue in Manhattan, there was a public dedication ceremony this morning
As part of the prince’s Caribbean tour, he met the pop star and they honored World AIDS Day in perhaps the best way possible
You too can become a #BlueRibbonBoy by signing a petition supporting HIV prevention and treatment.
On Dec. 1, the entire world bows its head in remembrance of those we’ve lost while raising its voice in determination to beat the epidemic, but how did it start?
The #BlueRibbonBoys are activists committed to raise awareness about HIV treatment and prevention and reduce HIV-related stigma
“I see fear, disinformation, discrimination and rejection, and I’m a #BlueRibbonBoy because I want men to be informed on how to take care of their sexual health”
Dec. 1 continues to reiterate the urgency for education, medical research and treatment for the virus, and cities around the world are staging commemorative events
World AIDS Day was first founded 29 years ago — but a lot has changed in the fight against HIV and AIDS and it’s time World AIDS Day changed too