This week includes stories about coffee shop porn, an update from Taiwan on marriage equality and multiple stories relating to World AIDS Day
World HIV Day
The storyline bears a direct connection to HIV and the very real epidemic that ravaged the gay community throughout the 1980s and ’90s
We salute six individuals who put everything on the line to advocate for the HIV-positive community, warriors in the fight to end HIV
Yesterday, for the second year in a row, Pence failed to reference the LGBTQ community in his remarks concerning World AIDS Day
Among today’s headlines, the USMCA trade deal will include LGBTQ protections, and Italy has rejected ‘humanitarian’ asylum for gays
Among today’s top gay headlines are a Starbucks porn block planned across all coffee shops, and Australia’s approval of self-test HIV kits
It’s the theme for this year’s World HIV Day, but what does it really mean to know your status, and how does it impact our lives?
There has been a seismic shift in the HIV landscape, and our language should reflect this new world, so let’s rename December 1 “World HIV Day”
A recent New York Times report revealed a horrifying comment in which Trump allegedly claimed that all Haitian visa holders ‘all have AIDS’
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.
The federal government changed the URL of its HIV and AIDS information site from AIDS.gov to HIV.gov, but the change is more than mere semantics.
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