Gay Men's Health
Unequal use of Truvada may worsen the disparities between races in HIV rates, a study found.
To be clear, the Reagans did not start a national conversation about HIV and AIDS. That distinction belongs to generations of brave lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people, along with straight allies, who started not just a conversation but a movement that continues to this day.
No one likes going to the doctor. It's scary. But for gay men, it's even scarier. For one, gay men experience a great deal of stigma and shaming, which makes difficult conversations even harder.
In this episode of Nicholas Snow LIve, I welcome Kevin Stalter, President & Executive Director of The Thrive Tribe Foundation.
A Dec. 8 blog post in the San Francisco Business Times has sparked another furor over gay men using the HIV drug Truvada to prevent infection with the deadly virus. "San Francisco men shed condoms in favor of Gilead's HIV prevention pill," alleges the title of SFBT reporter Ron Leuty's opinion piece.
'Dick: The Documentary' Explores The 'Physical And Emotional' Relationship Men Have With Their Penis (NSFW)
Fender revealed his inspiration for the new movie, and shared his thoughts on why male sexuality, in an interview with The
For this Gay Men's HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, let's remind ourselves of all we have lost in the thirty-three years of the epidemic. But let's also remember all we've gained, how we've grown as individuals and a community, and why we have so much to live for.
HuffPost Live tackled the controversial subject of circumcision this week, speaking with a panelist who was not only vehemently
Added BOYS editor Zach Stafford, "'Be what you want to date' is something that I heard a lot when I moved to Chicago ... it
"We've got to re-evaluate and look at new approaches that we can use to drive these rates down," she said on Thursday. The
Meanwhile, barebacking is also the subject of "Chaser," a new short film by director Sal Bardo. The study, first published
Researchers of what's been deemed as "the first study to look at the consequences of anti-gay prejudice for mortality" have
Though the ban was originally put into place in 1983 in response to the AIDS epidemic, it has since become standard practice
Check out a selection of statistics from the report below. Among the other revelations the data found: In 2002, 57 percent
The New York State Department of Health (DOH) is expanding a recommendation issued earlier this month by the New York City
"We keep talking about barebacking as if its some kind of psychosis, when really all it is is men behaving naturally," Mark