From FS Magaazine, Matthew Hodson talks to the HIV-negative” “If you have remained free of HIV infection, you still have the power to maintain your negative status. But once you have been infected, that’s it. The moment when you can choose is behind you
Have the benefits of an undetectable viral load been realized or are those who are undetectable still labouring under the burden of being seen as being as infectious as ever. And what’s the potential of that message for causing harm? Bob Leahy reports
On September 13, the Canadian Foundation for AIDS Research (CANFAR) and the Queen West Art Crawl (QWAC) will co-host a party at 99 Sudbury for all Torontonians interested in exploring art, and joining the fight to #endAIDS
Dave R: Robert discovered his partner Frank was having sex with other men. He asked a stranger what he should do. The stranger doesn’t know for sure; maybe you do! Are gay relationships doomed to fail from day one? Should HIV play a role?
Dave R: Coming out with HIV is difficult and can have wide-ranging consequences. Many people are tempted and even encouraged to challenge the world with their new truth - but have they thought it through?
Bob Leahy has been looking at smoking in the HIV community, but rates are high in the LGBT community too, which in turn drives HIV smoking prevalence. Today he asks what drives the LGBT smoking epidemic – and who is pulling the strings?
Cécile Kazatchkine, Snr. Policy Analyst from the Canadian Legal Network on the “bad example” that Canada sets in the international community, on how things are changing globally, and on the resources available to learn about HIV criminalization in Canada