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Black gay and bisexual men with HIV in Atlanta are more likely to be detectable.
An exhibit—“Antonio Lopez: Let Me Hear Your Body Talk”—offers a rare look at the queer fashion illustrator lost to AIDS.
By recording such details, clinicians can aid in improving LGBTQIA+ health disparities, argues a researcher.
This finding is consistent with research about younger LGB people’s substance use compared with their heterosexual counterparts.
An interview with Tremaine Jones, who creates space for Black GBQ/SGL men
Men who have sex with men can donate blood and plasma if they’ve abstained from sex for three months, instead of a year.
The country’s National Health Service will pay for the drug as part of its goal to end HIV transmission by 2030.
Researchers think that higher use of tanning beds may drive this difference between gay and bisexual men and heterosexuals.
Gay and bisexual men are increasingly understanding that “undetectable equals untransmittable."
This Atlanta group for Black queer men gives new meaning to HIV.
Increases in syphilis have been driven by new cases in men who have sex with men, an estimated half of whom have HIV.
Funding goes to these 10 neighborhoods that need HIV services the most.
An Australian study also found that, overall, such anxiety was higher among younger gay and bisexual men.
The HIV conversation is changing. Just ask these ambassadors to The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation.
“As Much As I Can” returns with a new format but the same powerful messages.
Exploring LGBT and HIV intersectionality is the theme of this special issue.
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