It may seem like a 50-year-old Dutch man has become the third case of PrEP-resistant HIV, but a close look at his sexual history shows how he is different
The future of HIV prevention for gay men in this country seems very uncertain, but this new video campaign by the CDC gives us a seat at the table
You’re at the bar alone. You see a guy across the room. You start exchanging…
As part of the campaign, a short quiz taken online helps gay and bi men determine their “PrEP Score”—how strong a candidate they are for the once-daily pill
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.
If you’re an HIV-negative gay/bi man or trans woman, you could help further research on an HIV medical breakthrough. Here’s the info…
The country’s Ministry of Health launched a public health campaign focusing on the ways to prevent HIV, but they’ve been met with vandalism and censorship
We attended the ILGA 2016 World Conference and listened to the PreP and intersex panels. Here’s bits from the most cutting-edge LGBTI issues of our time
Despite treatment and testing being so much better, HIV rates stay where they are. Why?
A look at how porn producers, queer activists and sexual health advocates are trying to end HIV in Paris through PreP and other outreach.
Gaetan Dugas, the man called “Patient Zero” of the AIDS epidemic has been exonerated of the title via a new genetic study.
Time to head to Norway — they just became the second European country to provide and fully cover PrEP!
PrEP can help stop HIV transmissions, but less than 7 percent of folks who could be taking it actually are. What gives? Here’s what’s going on…
California voters and donors seem to like Prop 60, which would basically ban bareback studios from the state. But the law has some problems…
It’s National Gay Men’s HIV/AIDS Awareness Day! Are you aware that actress Elizabeth Taylor ran a secret underground HIV/AIDS drug smuggling ring?
The UK’s National Health Service made a mistake when it refused to provide PrEP — and the High Court of England agrees.
If someone can’t get something they need legally, they’ll figure out other ways to do it. In the UK, PrEP is that something. That and more news in our monthly look at HIV and AIDS.
If you’re attending the Rio 2016 Olympic Summer Games, here’s a handy guide to avoiding any troubles while you’re enjoying Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Want to stop the spread of HIV and AIDS? Here’s a plan the United States could enact TODAY.
The AIDS Healthcare Foundation doesn’t seem to care about health or stopping AIDS. They’re opposing a California bill asking doctors to mention PrEP to HIV-negative patients.
A survey of nearly 10,000 gay European men shows that many of them want PrEP to prevent HIV, but only one European country provides it.
Rio de Janeiro is a nice, but it also has pesky mosquitos, criminals and emergencies like any world city. Here’s some advice for a happy, healthy stay during the Olympics.
The Philippines has a new HIV campaign! But for some reason, they’re excluding men who have sex with men from getting help. WTF?
Bob The Drag Queen and Stephen Fry both want to increase take PrEP access. Unfortunately, there’s some roadblocks.