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The anti-LGBT law barred students from getting medically accurate information about safe sex.
Porchia shares the complexities of dating, disclosure, intimacy, and relationships as a young woman living with HIV
The funding from the Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation and Macy’s will benefit the LEAP for Girls program at GMHC.
Here’s how each undergraduate student plans to fight the HIV epidemic.
Researchers conducted interviews with two dozen pairs of Black and Latino fathers and sons in New York City.
“There is no medicine in the hospital. My people are dying.”
Thanks to Capital City AIDS Fund, the cart hands out condoms and safe-sex materials to college students.
In a recent study, receiving such sex ed was associated with lower sexual risk taking.
Also: The State Department has suggested that references to “sex education” be rewritten as “sexual risk avoidance.”
Curator Danny Orendorff walks us through the HIV/AIDS exhibition “One day this kid will get larger.”
A $15,000 grant from The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation and Macy’s goes to The Grassroot Project.
Evaluate HIV-related issues in the 2016 election.
Students often report they are provided with out-of-touch, moralizing, sex-negative and heterosexist sexual education in school.
Here’s how the Real Education for Healthy Youth Act (REHYA)—formerly the REAL Act—aims to protect and empower youth.
American schools are largely failing to provide young people with comprehensive sexual education, according to a recent CDC report.
People living with HIV urge lawmakers to help end AIDS—and support comprehensive sex education.
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