The photo above is a painting of Greek LGBTQ & HIV Activist Zak Kostopoulos in the Exarcheia neighborhood in Athens. Kostopolous was murdered in September. The Athens police have been charged … [Read more...] about What Really Happened To Zak Kostopoulos?
Housing Works, the nation’s leading HIV/AIDS advocacy and service organization with a chain of well-known businesses in New York City, and Bailey House, the nation’s first HIV/AIDS supportive housing … [Read more...] about Housing Works & Bailey House Merger Create Largest HIV Housing & Care Service Organization in the Country
'Left behind: Drug companies and researchers have overlooked patients who don’t respond to HIV meds' is the headline of the latest issue of Stat. According to the data cited, "tens of thousands of … [Read more...] about What If Your System Isn’t Responding To Your HIV Treatment?
Reynaldo Garza, the first HIV-positive person to receive a transplant with an organ from someone with HIV, is healthy and living well a segment produced for NBC WNU shows. Garza, who had the … [Read more...] about Pioneering HIV-Positive to HIV-Positive Organ Transplant Recpient is Doing Great: WATCH
Citing a study in the Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes AIDSMap recently reported that "Awareness and use of HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) among black gay, bisexual and other men … [Read more...] about HIV Rates Rise Among Black Gay Men On PrEP
While HIV rates spike in Atlanta, Johnnie Ray Kornegay III is seeking to record the stories of Black gay men in pictures. Kornegay's journey to professional photographer began when he set out to … [Read more...] about Telling The Stories Of Gay Black Men Can End HIV Stigma
Artist and filmmaker Leo Herrera released the second segment of his web series Fathers, which imagines a world in which AIDS never happened. The new episode explores nightlife and healthcare in this … [Read more...] about ‘Fathers’ Imagines a World Where AIDS Never Happened and Poppers Protect You from STDs: WEB SERIES
George H.W. Bush, the nation's 41st president and its longest-lived, died on Friday night at his home in Houston at the age of 94. CBS News reports: 'His wife of 73 years, Barbara Bush, died in … [Read more...] about George H.W. Bush Dead at 94: Here’s How He Responded to the AIDS Crisis, Marriage Equality, and Gay Families
Vice President Mike Pence, who said in 2000 that he was in favor of sending money allocated to care for people with HIV/AIDS to organizations that provide gay conversion therapy, failed to mention the … [Read more...] about DNC Rips Mike Pence for Lying, Failing to Mention LGBTQ People in World AIDS Day Speech for Second Year in a Row
British MP Lloyd Russell-Moyle told the House of Commons that he is HIV-positive in an effort to battle stigma about the disease ahead of the 30th anniversary of World AIDS Day. Said Russell-Moyle … [Read more...] about British MP Reveals He is HIV-Positive in Moving Speech Ahead of World AIDS Day: WATCH