From the UK’s FS Magazine; They stand accused of destroying lives, and some say they’re destroying the gay scene. Stuart Haggas looks at the truths and consequences of drugs like crystal meth, G and mephedrone.
Our girlwithhv says “I know that on World Aids Day, I will be caring for my small child, while the (police) have still not made a decision to prosecute me for non-disclosure me with up to eight years imprisonment.”
So how do we talk about it? And what does it mean to different people in different contexts? BETA put these questions to Zachary Barnett and Derek Brocklehurst, two gay men with different experiences of “undetectable.”
After a long break from blogging, Christopher Banks is back: “I get to today and find that I don’t know where to begin. It’s nothing like riding a bike. So, this scattered summary of the last four months is my best attempt.”
Amy C. Willis and the AIDS ACTION NOW! Steering Committee are calling all gay, bi, and trans and other men who have sex with other men to think more critically about pressing charges involving cases of non-disclosure of HIV status
Olivia Kijewski : “While I know we have come a long way since AIDS first made its mark on the map in the early 80’s, I find myself spending the most amount of time still considering what needs to done.”