From TheBody “I get that it's tempting, when bad things happen to a bad person, to revel in the schadenfreude -- especially given that Sheen has always seemed to be ultra-proud of his sex-and-drugs lifestyle. But this isn't comeuppance or just desserts"
Safari Time finds our beloved T.C. Pomeroy admitting he’s not getting much. “Intimacy and touch are lovely and while I’m hoping that I have some mind-blowing ass fucking, top or bottom, it’s not gonna kill me if I don’t.”
Bob Leahy interviews Ontario’s Muluba Habanyama, a twenty-two year old born with HIV who lived with a family secret for twenty-one years to emerge as one of our busiest and most promising young activists
Toronto guy Josh reacts to the Charlie Sheen affair and addresses those hurtful reactions we all read. “I want you to know that your mean comments about Charlie Sheen impacted a person living with HIV” he says.
The Executive Director of CATIE says “With new targets at the global level, and new federal leadership in Canada, now is the time to renew our own HIV response and catch up with the rest of the world.”
The UK’s Alex Sparrowhawk on helping each other. “More than ever people living with HIV are going to have to rely on each other. Peer support isn’t just going to be important, it’s going to be essential."
CATIE says: “Evidence that has been building over the past few years about the treatment and prevention of HIV is so significant, some people are calling it revolutionary. The question for the world is: When will we put it into practice?”
CATIE review current international best practices for prison-based needle and syringe programs and suggest ways that service providers and others can support the introduction of such programs in Canada
NYC guy Felix Garmendia says "Now, in my mid-fifties, when many people start giving up on many things in life, I have decided to take life by the horns and resolve my self-esteem issues once and for all."