Bob Leahy with the recently released report from Ontario’s Positive Spaces, Healthy Places research project that not only made the case for better housing for people living with HIV but has been a catalyst for making that happen.
You read his interview with Bob Leahy on PositiveLite.com. Now Lt Colonel Ken Pinkela, who seems to have been criminalized unjustly, files a petition with 72,983 signatures for a full review of his case.
An extraordinary example of HIV criminalization gone awry in the States. Bob Leahy talks to Lt. Colonel Ken Pinkela, court martialed and sentenced to a jail term for allegedly exposing another officer to HIV, when no sexual contact occurred, says Pinkela.
Marc-André LeBlanc recently sat down with advocate extraordinaire Jessica Terlikowski to talk about female condoms. Despite being around for 20 years, they are not well known, understood or used. But that is quickly changing,
Bob Leahy in part two of a frank conversation with recently diagnosed Joseph Sinnott who deliberately exposed himself to HIV in search of the erotic and a sense of belonging. Here Joseph discusses the aftermath of the act which made him positive.
Bob Leahy interviews the folks at New York’s’ Housing Works about their innovative new campaign which uses a comic book narrative to explore with clients the benefits of achieving and maintaining an undetectable viral load
Bob Leahy in a frank conversation with recently diagnosed Joseph Sinnott who deliberately exposed himself to HIV in search of the erotic and a sense of belonging. In part one, Joseph gives us a glimpse of drug use, slamming and the world of bug chasers.