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In 2010, Darren Chiacchia was arrested in Florida, where it’s a felony to have sex without informing partners you have HIV.
For the 10th year, AIDS United and the Ford Foundation partner on the Southern REACH initiative.
Curator Danny Orendorff walks us through the HIV/AIDS exhibition “One day this kid will get larger.”
Current HIV laws in California are “based on the fear and ignorance of a bygone era.”
Funding topics include HIV criminalization, “bathroom bills,” the rural South and ACT UP.
It is yet unknown whether Missouri will choose to retry him.
A sociology professor argues for moving past sensationalist frameworks when reporting on HIV nondisclosure.
Funding aims to fight HIV criminalization, support Southern activists and bolster LGBT resilience.
Despite a lack of authorization, the Department of Defense continues to take action against service members living with HIV.
These four demands are central to advocacy efforts on Sunday, Oct. 23.
Lambda Legal spells out how keeping sex work illegal undermines public health.
The “Speak Up! 2016” summit takes place through September 30 in Fort Walton Beach, Florida.
A new movement to update laws that criminalize HIV
HIV Modernization Movement-Indiana (HMM) operates under three guiding principles.
The gay dating app’s survey ignites debate about HIV discrimination and more.
POZ 100 honoree Todd Heywood was beaten and robbed in an online hookup.
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