"The entire concept of the DaddyBear dating app is pathetic and hilarious," Mark S. King writes. "Their stated position on the HIV status of those daddies and bears, however, is frightening."
Thrive Alabama's hilarious new public service announcement is a World Wrestling-style smackdown that pits PrEP and prevention against HIV and stigma.
"When my guard is down, it comes to me. It flashes across my mind, an uninvited assault the dark memory rushes in like a raid."
When it was revealed a few days ago that the insurer had rejected a patient's pre-authorization claim for the drug Truvada as PrEP due to "high risk homosexual behavior," all hell broke loose. Now, the insurer has reversed themselves -- and then some...
UnitedHealthcare, Inc., denied a pre-authorization request from a gay man for Truvada as pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) because he has gay sex. Really.
Mark S. King and Counter Narrative Project founder Charles Stephens have a candid conversation about gay men, sex, racism, HIV and the thrill of the taboo.
Activist Peter Staley shares his perspective with Mark S. King about why street activism is not only a right, but an obligation.
When Mark S. King read the novel in 1978 when he was 17, he never knew he would one day be standing in the living room of the two main characters as they shared the backstory of the controversial sexual satire.
"I have learned important lessons about the intimacies of dying that I can use when I eventually face my own mortality," Mark S. King writes.