Latest by Mathew Rodriguez
After his 2012 HIV criminalization conviction, Pinkela spent 272 days in prison and lost all his benefits even after decades of military service. Now he just wants "to get my life back and continue to serve my country and support my family."
You probably don't think about people in their underwear when you think about cancer, but the National LGBT Cancer Network will change that with its Behind Closed Drawers campaign.
What does starting HIV meds within 12 months of infection have to do with overall health?
Colorlines named the top 14 women of color for 2014, and it includes HIV activist Bamby Salcedo.
Truvada may be making its television debut on the HBO series Looking.
If you're adherent to meds and in good health, why do you need to go to the doctor every few months? Dr. Joel Gallant tells you why.
Who are the top 10 sexiest gay men living with HIV? You won't be disappointed.
According to a Scottish study, young gay couples know about HIV prevention, but don’t like to apply it when in a monogamous relationship. What does that mean for HIV risk?
Poppy and Ted of San Francisco were ready to become parents -- even though Ted was HIV positive. After many disappointments, Poppy found pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP). Read about her journey.
TheBody.com remembers Brad Crelia, HIV-positive activist, journalist, budding politician and unwavering spirit, dead at 29.