In his first time writing publicly about his HIV status, Aaron Anderson details how he learned to love after being diagnosed with HIV.
"I would have loved to have been a dad someday, but then, I was diagnosed with HIV," is an all-too-common statement shared by men living with HIV, but times are changing, writes Josh Middleton.
Fast FactsMen accounted for 76% of all adults and adolescents living with HIV infection at the end of 2010 in the United States.Men who have sex with men account for most new and existing HIV infections among men.By race/ethnicity, black men have the...
"My message to you, this and every World AIDS Day, is please do your best to learn from our experiences so you are not doomed to repeat them," Reggie Smith writes. "If you have contracted HIV, change the things that you can to create as much of a str...
"The truth of the matter is MSM are 44 times more likely to contract HIV than someone who is straight," Middleton writes. "With people like myself being on the 'bottom of the totem pole,' I wonder, do stories like mine matter?"
Blogger Reggie Smith decries the lack of focus on experiences of heterosexual black men at the U.S.'s largest HIV community meeting.
No one wants to talk about HIV, and that's especially true for one group: straight men.
"The allure of sex is so strong, that most of us, no matter what we say publicly, will gamble with our lives for the chance to "lose our minds" for a little while."