The coalition — of which Hornet is a founding member — met this week at UN headquarters in Geneva to discuss a global HIV prevention roadmap
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California’s HIV criminalization law just downgraded ‘knowing exposing someone to HIV’ from a felony to a misdemeanor, but it’s still problematic in several ways
Johnson and Johnson recently announced that trials of their HIV vaccine successfully prevented all strains of the virus — it could hit the market as early as 2022
Today, on National Gay Men’s HIV Day, it’s imperative that we have conversations about HIV awareness and gay men’s health
Michael Johnson faced a sentence of 96 years for ‘recklessly infecting’ one man with HIV; he accepted a plea bargain for 10 years for having consensual sex
In our monthly look at news from around the world, we look at Finland continuing to sterilize trans people, plus three heroic drag queens out of Australia
A new study shows that gay and bi teens can benefit from PrEP, a medication that reduces HIV transmission, but parents and the closet might stand in the way.
The health insurance company Aetna is facing a lawsuit after revealing the HIV medication use of up to 12,000 patients through a mailing error
The new app has doubled-down on its disgusting stance of not allowing HIV-positive guys to take part
HIV activists have pressured United Healthcare into changing their policies on PrEP (pre-exposure prophylaxis) after United sent out a homophobic letter
PrEP is a very important tool in the fight against HIV — but according to insurance giant UnitedHealthcare, it can be denied to those who need it most
And remember, get tested!