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  • Military justice revisited

    Military justice revisited

    His case reopened, Lt. Colonel Ken Pinkela talks to Editor Bob Leahy about why there may be light at the end of the tunnel in the fight to find him innocent of the charge that he engaged in unprotected sex with another officer while HIV-positive.
  • Derek Canas's story

    Derek Canas's story

    He was infected as an infant via a blood transfusion, but not diagnosed with AIDS until 16 years later. Derek, now founder of the #endthestigma campaign, tells his story to Samantha for PositiveLite.com
  • Is PrEP right for me?

    Is PrEP right for me?

    In a video interview, PositiveLite.com talks with Ryan Lisk and Mason McColl of the AIDS Committee of Toronto about the agency’s new education campaign to start conversations and share information about the use of Truvada as PrEP in the Canadian context.

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  • Insurance trends for HIV-positive people

    Insurance trends for HIV-positive people

    Research from UK firm “Unusual Risks” says that the majority of people living with HIV take less than four days off work a year but still find it hard to get income protection
  • [In]justice at its Worst

    [In]justice at its Worst

    Our Montréal correspondent — and former lawyer — Ken Monteith rants about the latest HIV criminalization case from south of the border in which the accused man was given a 60-year jail term
  • Military justice revisited

    Military justice revisited

    His case reopened, Lt. Colonel Ken Pinkela talks to Editor Bob Leahy about why there may be light at the end of the tunnel in the fight to find him innocent of the charge that he engaged in unprotected sex with another officer while HIV-positive.

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  • True: Sexy and I don't know it

    True: Sexy and I don't know it

    From FS Magazine, when being diagnosed causes you to ask ““Am I still attractive? Will guys no longer think I am sexy? This may sound ridiculous but the idea of not being attractive any more to other guys really affected me", says Ruaidhri.
  • Touch me

    Touch me

    Our neg guy on wheels Andrew Morrison-Gurza on how the experience of touch affects persons with disabilities like himself
  • Hello my name is Tom. Fancy a date?

    Hello my name is Tom. Fancy a date?

    “Ever since being diagnosed HIV-positive nearly three years ago, my dating game has changed or completely disappeared to put it more accurately. I actually can’t remember the last time I went on a date, I can’t even remember the last time I had sex."

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