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Over 100 AIDS advocates and researchers, headed for the 20th International AIDS Conference, were among the 298 passengers on board downed Malaysian Airlines fly. MH17.
Earlier this week, a report from the ABC affiliate in Columbus, Ohio, reported a story in which a woman with HIV was arrested after a complaint from a former partner. Ohio is a state that criminalizes HIV, but the way in which the story was told added additional stigma to those who live with HIV.
For LGBTQ Families Day, Cecilia Aldarondo reflects on navigating the memory of her grandmother's relationship with religion and a gay son struggling with AIDS.
The highly-anticipated film adaptation of Larry Kramer's Tony Award-winning play, The Normal Heart, will fin
The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) held a press conference today in New York City to promote the regional launch of the "Protect Yourself" campaign.
Mark S. King created a 10 minute video of four HIV negative gay men and their personal feelings and views and feelings when it comes to HIV and “create a short film about their lives and attitudes.“
For the first time since the beginning of the HIV epidemic, AIDS is no longer one of the top ten causes of death in the city.
Advocate Peter Staley's "Gay-on-Gay Shaming: The New HIV War" was published in The Huffington Post on Friday. In it, the founder of the Treatment Action Group (TAG) reflects on how the stigma surrounding HIV/AIDS has changed over the years. He cites, specifically, the contemporary phenomenon of stigma on the rise within the gay community.
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A ProPublica and Buzzfeed investigation found at least 541 actions where people were convicted of, or pleaded guilty to, criminal charges for failure to disclose that they were HIV-positive.