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Tennessee’s aggravated prostitution statute against people with HIV violates the Americans with Disabilities Act, says Justice Department.
Among those aged 35 to 44, overdose mortality more than tripled during this period, NIH study reports.
Living with HIV, my biggest fear isn’t the virus itself; it’s the fear of losing control over my own narrative.
POZ wants to know your thoughts about issues related to HIV criminalization.
The lawsuit alleges that Tennessee’s aggravated prostitution statute targets and discriminates against people living with HIV.
UNAIDS event participants underscored the life-saving impact of the global HIV response and the need for continued support for PEPFAR.
HIV stigma has had an enormous impact on women and girls. Yet stigma is often at the bottom of the priority list in HIV programming.
There are laws in many states that criminalize HIV. Therefore, I challenge you to know the laws in your state.
The history of HIV has long been entwined with substance use.
It is worrying that many parts of the world are marching backwards on LGBTQ+ and other key populations’ rights.
POZ contributing writer Mark S. King urges anyone interested in learning more about HIV criminalization to attend.
This awareness day is an opportunity to amplify the voices of those who have been criminalized based on their HIV status.
Watch these #HIVIsNotACrime discussions—in English and Spanish—to learn about HIV criminalization and efforts to reform outdated laws.
Lashanda Salinas wants to reform HIV criminalization laws.
Use this poster to help spread the word about HIV criminalization and advocate for change.
HIV criminalization laws must be abolished.
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