"People of color are aware that we have to take more initiative and control to save ourselves," explains Francisco Luis White. "We're eager to and capable of truly leading the HIV/AIDS charge in our community."
Ain't I a Woman? National HIV/AIDS Strategy Fails Sex Workers, Transgender Women Burdened by the Criminal Justice System
"As politically uncomfortable as it might be, U.S. health officials can no longer ignore the elephant in the room, or perhaps more accurately, the cell," write Megan McLemore of Human Rights Watch. "One of the risk factors for HIV that needs to be ad...
A group of scientists and researchers has petitioned the FDA to change the label of an injectable birth control method. Is the data there to warrant the change?
Sue Saltmarsh asks, "Considering all the ways one can contract an STI, as well as all available prevention methods, is the porn industry's use of condoms really where attention should be paid?"
In the final months of 2014, many people living with HIV and their allies joined huge crowds in the streets to demand an end to police violence, insisting that “black lives matter.” We asked participants at the AIDS Philanthropy Summit how the police a…
What would you be willing to pay for a cure for HIV? We bring you five fresh perspectives, from science to the streets.
What are the similarities between Ebola hysteria and early AIDS hysteria? The answer is complicated and infuriating, says Josh Kruger.
What do young black gay men need? People in power who understand their struggles.
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.