Latest by Charles Sanchez
What does the new series on Versace's murder and the disclosure that he was HIV positive tell us about HIV stigma today?
When you're in need of a friend -- maybe someone who is just like you, living with HIV, and understanding of the unique physical and emotional challenges experienced by a person living with HIV -- there's an app for that.
"What do you do when you meet one of your heroes?" Charles Sanchez asks. "Well, if you're me, you gush, nervously giggle, say something you shouldn't, then ask for a favor."
Gregg Cassin has spent his entire career helping people with HIV heal by connecting and telling their stories. He's recently created the "Honoring Our Experience" retreat to support long-term survivors.
George Towne is an artist living with HIV. And he likes to paint hot guys. And landscapes that hot guys frequent.
The lesser known 1990s play about HIV still has a lot to say.
Despite his celebrity status and large body of work, Todrick Hall still makes time to shine a light on HIV issues among people of color. Charles Sanchez recently talked with him about how HIV has affected his life and his advocacy.
In today's crazy world, "a web series like Merce, which shows someone living with HIV and thriving, surrounded by loving family and friends and living unapologetically, is more important than ever."
Peter, a business owner living with HIV in Brussels, Belgium, has taken his HIV status and turned it into a life philosophy of healthy living and positive energy.
Members of the worldwide HIV community express their views on U=U and how it has affected their lives.