Latest by HIV Prevention Justice Alliance
Condomless sex is more than just sex without a condom. It has emotional and political implications, says this latest blog from the HIV Prevention Justice Alliance.
How is silent sex the worst kind of sex? This new blog from the HIV Prevention Justice Alliance blog tour on black gay men in the U.S. South explains.
How can HIV prevention help to restore community among young black gay men in the South?
How do we include black gay men over 50 when we talk about the way HIV affects black gay men?
How does criminalization disproportionately affect young black gay men in the South?
What does it mean to be black and gay in the U.S. South? Charles Stephens discusses that.
Blueprints for Our Collective Protection: Charles Stephens on Black Gay Men, Sexual Health, HIV Prevention and Justice
The highest HIV incidence rate ever measured in a resource-rich nation was measured among black gay men in Atlanta, Georgia -- 12.1%. Charles Stephens discusses that statistic.
Calling All U.S.-Based Advocates!
Join the Global Day of Action on Friday, March 7, in support of Nigeria's LGBT community.
The U.S. Women & PrEP Working Group present a webinar:
PrEP-ception: Sero-Discordant Couples Using PrEP to Reduce HIV Transmission Risk While Achieving Pregnancy
Monday, October 28, 2013: 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM EST
To RSVP & register for this webinar...
We are united in our belief that the time is past due for AIDS groups, gay groups and the healthcare establishment to focus on making necessary changes so the current system of care can meet the special needs of HIV-positive seniors, and treat them w...