"The guys in the BDSM community were not fazed by my status at all ... it was automatic acceptance."
As Much as I Can will play at New York's famous Joe's Pub from Sept. 12 to 16.
In a neighborhood hit hard by HIV, the work of five artists celebrates queer people of color thriving with the virus.
Experts agree: Your health is important enough to ask for protection, and it might be part of your journey to empowerment.
A new law will take effect in July 2020 that helps ensure the needs of LGBTQ older adults and people living with HIV are recognized and supported across Illinois.
Creating A House of Rainbow for LGBT+ and HIV-Affected People of Faith in the UK, Nigeria, and Beyond
A Christian minister since 1998, Rev. Jide Macaulay's faith-based, intersectional advocacy work has helped faith leaders living with or affected by HIV worldwide.
Haitians, gay men, and Central Americans have all been scapegoats in the storied history of American HIV immigration bans.
The friend of an HIV-positive man jailed in Singapore argues that governments have a duty to protect people living with HIV from stigma and unfair criminal prosecution.
For one sex worker, the job has come with an unintended responsibility: educating clients about living with HIV and the meaning of community.
Fear of retaliation from Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is complicating the already-tricky business of HIV prevention in Arizona's Maricopa county, the fastest-growing county in America.