If you've been the target of HIV-related discrimination, know you are not alone. There are laws to protect you, and people and organizations prepared to help. Understand your rights and use these tips to take action.
Among other issues, it doesn’t entirely do away with felony charges, leaving Black folks in particular vulnerable to unfair and excessive sentencing.
Michigan Softened Its HIV Criminalization Laws—So Why Is a Man Still Doing Time for Allegedly Transmitting HIV?
Activists won revisions to the old law in 2018—but details and assumptions around this man’s case still ensnared him.
It looks worse than it is—and it leaves unanswered the big question of LGBTQ rights versus “religious freedom.”
The safe-sex rhetoric aimed at the "Montero" singer snow-balled into a more nefarious stream of consciousness when onlookers linked HIV to a kiss.
In the wake of a brutal alleged murder, activists have united to repeal HIV criminalization laws, get hate crime legislation on the books, and fill gaps in HIV treatment access.
In announcing he is gay, Nassib used his celebrity to draw attention to the stigma and disproportionate risks LGBTQAI+ youth face every day.
Did NYC’s Pride Organizers and Its Queer Cops Group Ever Really Discuss the Cops Marching Without Uniforms and Guns?
The issue has cracked the city’s main Pride organizing group down the middle—but it’s unclear who’s not budging on what could be a key compromise.
Sex workers are not monolithic—and it is vital that their expertise be centered in HIV efforts that target the sex worker community.
It's 2021, and three quarters of U.S. states still have some form of HIV non-disclosure criminalization law on the books. But that number is about to drop by one.
Queer activists say the recent ban on uniformed police officers marching in NYC’s Pride parade is justified and goes a long way to ensure the safety of LGBTQ community members.