HIV prevention and treatment is not what it was even years ago. Check out our new interactive Prezi to learn the latest information about HIV and LGBT young people!
Dating, sex, relationships – it’s all complicated enough already. What happens when you throw HIV into the picture?
Telling someone you have HIV and sharing your thoughts, fears, and hopes can make you feel better. You don’t have to through this alone.
Let’s go through some of the next steps after receiving a positive HIV test – like finding a doctor, setting up an appointment, and asking the right questions.
Yes, it can be scary at first. But if you have HIV, going to the doctor is one of the best things you can do for yourself!
Know your rights! Many LGBT youth don’t know their sexual health rights – especially around HIV prevention, testing, and medical care.
Research Blog—PrEP Use for MSM and Transgender Woman Takes Center Stage at the International AIDS Conference 2016
Strong science and community engagement together are essential to improving global PrEP use.
Across multiple studies, pet ownership improves the mental and physical health of people living with HIV/AIDS.
MSM of color have barriers accessing HIV care compared to White MSM. Is overcoming stigma enough to get these individuals into care?
Seek, test, treat, and retain: exploring recent evidence on optimizing HIV prevention interventions.