Queer people with HIV in Nigeria face several threats: stigma, legal troubles and violence.
The HIV/AIDS pandemic changed the course of human history. This is the story of how dedicated activists changed the course of AIDS.
As protests erupted nationwide in the wake of the police murders of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor, the #BlackLivesMatter movement came the LGBTQ-dominant communities of Fire Island’s Pines and Cherry Grove in New York.
HIV affects many people of various sexual orientations and gender identities living under the LGBTQ+ umbrella—and the reasons behind the statistics explain a lot about why these groups are still so heavily affected by HIV in the U.S. today.
Queer ACT UP Activists Were Among Those Beaten and Arrested by NYC Cops Amid #BlackLivesMatter Rallies
The batons and plastic cuffs came out during a post-curfew street showdown hours after a Stonewall rally for Black transgender lives.
Celeste Watkins-Hayes, Ph.D., discusses her recent book about women with HIV, the safety net, and activism.
Groups like Poderosos, Team Brownsville, and Angry Tías and Abuelas are working around the clock to help those most in need.
Black Pride Events Have Been Canceled Due to COVID-19. But What Happens to HIV Testing, Prevention, and Outreach Efforts?
Losing major public events to reach people who are undiagnosed or need connection to care may harm efforts to end the HIV epidemic.
The project, funded at $2.7 million over four years, was to start July 1. Queer youth and their allies are devastated.
In California’s East Bay, activists are bringing food to people experiencing homelessness, while larger nonprofits are unable to provide meals or masks.