From the UK’s FS magazine and Stuart Haggas “a recent survey by Stonewall shows us that gay men may be more likely to smoke, do drugs, drink more alcohol, worry about our body image and even self-harm.” Why is that?
Aidsmap reports no-one with an undetectable viral load, gay or heterosexual, transmits HIV in first two years of PARTNER study. Viral load suppression means risk of HIV transmission is 'at most' 4% during anal sex, but final results not due till 2017
This important statement on the use of antiretroviral therapy to reduce the rate of transmission for people with HIV has come from aidsmap and the European AIDs Treatment Group. They are seeking your support. PositiveLite.com has signed on. Will you?
Joshua Middleton says it’s because he wants to reduce stigma, be a voice for those that can’t speak for themselves, help others, represent the face of HIV+ heterosexuals - and because all this helps him too.
She’s poised, smart and committed to making a difference to the course of the HIV epidemic. In fact she likely already has. Meet Yi-Min Chun, a 23 year old from Scarborough Ontario, winner of an OCIC Global Changemaker Award for her work with HIV/AIDS.
Bassett owner Bob Leahy meets the delightful co-stars of the Harbourfront World Stage show “Major Tom" that is opening February 26 in Toronto - the UK’s Victoria Melody and her own loveable basset after whom the show is named.
New writer Jay Squires was diagnosed two years ago at age 50. But he’s doing well, discovered Facebook and made significant life changes along the way. And, he found. "it is possible to have AIDS and be happy."
Dave R: “Undeservedly not universally well-known; Klaus Nomi was an original performer who defied being labelled. He was set to take the New York pop culture world by storm until AIDS cut his life and career cruelly short”