How many hoops must gay men jump through in order to have sex in a pleasurable way?
(UPDATED: 2:13p) The FDA has finally lifted the lifetime ban on gay and bisexual men donating blood—but there's a HUGE hitch!
The Williams Institute's new study of people living with HIV in Los Angeles shows that 97% experienced at least 1 legal issue this past year.
In 1983, during the waning days of a conference devoted to gay and lesbian health taking place in Denver, Colo., a group of men living under the shadow of the newly identified human immunodeficiency virus addressed attendees and delivered what would come to be known as the Denver Principles, a list of 17 demands and recommendations that changed the course of the AIDS epidemic (and arguably the American health care system) forever.
A new documentary produced by the My Status is Not a Secret campaign in association with several LGBT health and HIV advocacy organizations and directed by John Saint-Denis—perhaps best known to WeHo audiences for his smart and sexy short films Knowing and Open, which deal with gay relationships in the modern age—Status premiered June 18 at the WeHo Council Chambers as part of the annual One City One Pride arts and culture festival.
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Latest CDC HIV/AIDS Prevention
This report summarizes findings from the Medical Monitoring Project (MMP) 2011 data collection cycle. MMP is a cross-sectional, nationally representative, complex sample survey that assesses the clinical and behavioral characteristics of HIV-infected adults who are receiving outpatient medical care in the United States and Puerto Rico.
The purpose of this FOA is (1) to support the dissemination of Act Against AIDS (AAA) campaign materials, messaging and other CDC resources that support HIV prevention and (2) to implement national engagement efforts focusing on HIV prevention and awareness.
This slide set provides an overview of the HIV Care Continuum and how the data that supports various continua are gathered from CDC HIV surveillance systems.