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Little Black Gay Boys...

Craig Stewart | Posted 03.24.2016 | Home
Craig Stewart

I'm sorry that we didn't do a better job of shielding you from the pitfalls, of protecting you and offering guidance those times you were unsure or felt like you were all alone. I've asked myself a million times, 'Who cries for the little Black gay boy?'

Andrew Pulsipher Is HIV Positive, But His Wife And Kids Are Not. Here's Why.

The Huffington Post | Leigh Weingus | Posted 05.20.2015 | Home

33-year-old Andrew Pulsipher is HIV positive. He has a wife and three kids, and all of them are HIV negative. Pulsipher, who lives in Phoenix, Ari...

WATCH: PSA Takes Sexy, Dramatic Route To Talk About HIV And Relationships (NSFW)

The Huffington Post | James Nichols | Posted 02.02.2016 | Home

Non-profit organization Impulse Group has released a new PSA that encourages gay men everywhere to know their statuses and exercise the proper precaut...

The Trouble With Praising HIV-Negative Gay Men

Mark S. King | Posted 02.02.2016 | Home
Mark S. King

By showing support for negative guys, I am clearly demeaning HIV-positive men. But wait! I'm HIV-positive myself, so that must mean I'm being sarcastic in my support of negative guys, because there's so little room for sincerity and goodwill in the chasm between us.

I'm HIV-Negative

Mark Adnum | Posted 02.02.2016 | Home
Mark Adnum

If HIV-negative men were more assertive about their status, they could take on a fairer share of responsibility in regard to HIV prevention. HIV-positive men have their own status to manage. It's not their responsibility to manage yours too, but it seems that they're expected to do so.

Dating And Fear In The Age Of HIV: 'I'd Like To Sleep With You -- And I'm HIV-Positive'

Carl Sandler | Posted 02.02.2016 | Home
Carl Sandler

The dearth of proud, openly positive gay people online in most cities is a lost opportunity for all of us. More open disclosure can lead toward better, more informed, and safer sex. It would also go far toward removing some of the shame we have toward the disease.

'It's Never Just HIV' Ad Campaign Oversimplifies the Issue

Sean Strub | Posted 11.17.2011 | Home
Sean Strub

This ad campaign is terrible. It assumes the intended audience can be manipulated by over-the-top fright messages, speaks down to them and assumes they are presently not caring whether or not they get HIV.