Journalist Steven Thrasher Reflects on HIV Criminalization, Race, and the Press on the Eve of Michael Johnson's Announced Parole Decision
"I felt like I was watching a slow-motion lynching," says Steven Thrasher.
The confidential medical records of at least 93 low-income Californians living with HIV were compromised, the suit alleges.
Recent scandals involving social media platforms have raised a lot of questions about privacy and the unintended consequences for people with HIV.
As people around the world living with HIV continue to be criminalized and convicted at alarming rates, HIV Justice Worldwide has released "Making Media Work for HIV Justice: An Introduction to Media Engagement for Advocates Opposing HIV Criminalizat...
According to Human Rights Campaign's 2017 State Equality Index, 25 states currently have laws that criminalize behaviors that carry a low or negligible risk of HIV transmission.
I'm planning on moving to New York to study. I am HIV positive and I want to know about the criminal laws there and if I can be prosecuted because of it. Should I disclose my HIV status before having sex, even if we use condoms or if my sexual partne...
As the opioid crisis has spiked hepatitis C rates, are police departments now using laws written to criminalize HIV for another public health crisis?
Science guided Switzerland away from prosecuting people living with HIV for theoretically exposing their partners to the virus. Could it happen here, too?
Homelessness is a problem in and of itself, but for LGBTQ youth, housing instability is also a significant risk factor for becoming HIV positive.
I've applied to a Federal Law Enforcement Agency, been extended a conditional offer of employment, the whole nine yards. Here's my question, on the medical testing forms I'm required to bring for my exam, under Genitourinary it specifically reference...