Latest by AIDS Community Research Initiative of America
In the early years of the epidemic, few people would have guessed that we would ever talk about aging with HIV. Now, it's one of the topics at the top of everyone's minds.
What "sex" means changes as we grow older. That also means our relationship to preventing HIV transmission and acquisition changes.
What does it mean to live successfully in the face of ageism, homophobia and HIV stigma?
If we are going to talk about trans people aging with HIV, we have to make sure we give trans people the opportunity to age.
In the light of the death of Victor Pond, a loved one writes about the danger of HIV denialist rhetoric.
Faced with homophobia and negative attitudes towards sex growing up, how does a young gay Latino have a healthy sex life?
What are the barriers that stand between gay Latino men and good HIV prevention, care and treatment?
How does one "learn" to be gay? In this beautiful op-ed, one Mexican Chicago boy talks about how he found himself over time.
They practice safer sex more than any other group, but their HIV infections are out of control. How do we solve the HIV problem in black gay men?
In the age of biomedical prevention, gay men's relationship to the condom is evolving -- but does that mean condoms have gone extinct?