Tag: Youth Blog
Researchers are finding new answers in the quest to end HIV. Catch up on the latest breakthrough towards a cure.
Dr. Chivers says that around 12 or 13 years of age, youth may begin to feel attracted to the same sex and should then explore their sexuality.
Dr. Chivers says that it is not possible for people to change their sexual orientation, but what can and should be changed is society’s response to people’s sexual orientation.
This year, some friends of IMPACT shared their thoughts on coming out. Watch the video to hear about their experiences!
One in four new HIV infections occurs among youth. We can’t be silent about HIV/AIDS.
Dr. Chivers defines sexual fluidity as the tendency of bisexual or lesbian women to shift their sexual identity. However, while they may shift their identity Dr. Chivers does not think that the underlying sexual attraction is altered.
Dr. Chivers says that everybody has a sexual orientation and sexual drive that we don’t consciously think about.
Dr. Chivers says that men’s sexual orientation tends to be more polarized than that of women, but this doesn’t mean that all women are bisexual.
Watch as Rob shares his story and thoughts on the importance of regular HIV testing and being safe while hooking up.
LGBTQA Chicago-area college students participated in this video to share their unique & insightful perspectives of a recent IMPACT study’s findings.