10 Common Fears About HIV Transmission (July 27, 2011)
A rundown of some common, everyday activities that many people worry may have exposed them to HIV -- but that, in fact, carry virtually zero risk.
Homophobia and HIV Risk: What's Family Got to Do With It? (June 9, 2011)
If we're to talk seriously about reducing HIV risk among our LGBT brothers and sisters, we have to talk about homophobia within families. In this groundbreaking two-part conversation, we talk with three experts and advocates about the problem -- and how to fix it.
Bethsheba Johnson: Let's Talk About Safer Sex: A Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day Primer for Providers (February 7, 2011)
"Imagine that your health care provider, filled with genuine concern, discussed and broke out examples of how you can have safer sex while making it erotic. Brilliant! Yes, some of you will be mortified and others titillated; but truly, patients want to discuss their sexual practices, but are afraid to bring them up for fear of judgment -- real or perceived."
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