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In 2020, a Louisiana court struck down a law requiring “sex offender” be stamped on IDs, including in HIV crimes; that ruling prevails.
The advocacy group AIDS United questions why U.S. plans to fight HIV omit sex workers.
Donations dropped 70% due to COVID-19, and Americans on HIV treatment today have fewer unused meds, says the nonprofit’s founder.
In a first, California lawmakers are poised to make it illegal to take off a condom without a partner’s permission.
A large international study suggests that changing policies may improve access to HIV treatment and viral suppression.
Sex workers are among five population groups most vulnerable to HIV but often lacking services. So why do U.S. HIV plans omit them?
Only four members at the U.N. high-level meeting on AIDS voted against a declaration to reduce HIV rates and stigma.
Respect sex workers’ place in the HIV movement and LGBTQ Pride—and decriminalize sex work.
The UNAIDS global AIDS strategy for the next five years requires $29 billion annually and sets these goals.
It’s also AIDS history. When the virus struck in the 1980s, Black activists for sex workers’ rights created vital HIV programs.
Here’s a best practices guide for adapting harm reduction strategies to navigate winter and COVID-19.
She was also one of the first doctors in New York City to care for people who had AIDS.
AIDS United explains the importance of three Supreme Court decisions, which the group views as two wins and a loss.
A UNAIDS report details abuses and spells out 10 ways governments can respond to the pandemic while protecting rights.
Supreme Court decisions and a Trump pronouncement on health care affect HIV efforts
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