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?
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
What’s your experience of disclosing to sex partners? The HIV Disclosure Project says we need to hear the success stories - keep ‘em coming – but let’s not forget how difficult it can be for some and the work that needs to be done to make it easier.
Amy C. Willis: “we often hear about ethical reviews in the context of research but what kind of ethics are we talking about? And what do they have to do with people living with HIV? Do they protect us from things going wrong?”
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”
Rodney Rousseau “This article started with an idea of writing about HIV and identity. I began composing a preceding bit about gay and queer identity and realized I had a lot of thoughts to share in that area first.”