A self-described black queer nerd with a penchant for social justice, activism and community involvement, who also loves sex, weighs in on the benefits of PrEP.
Rates of HIV among African American women is still high and roughly 68 percent of women living with HIV rely on Medicaid for at least part of their medical care — cuts in the program will affect them most.
Neal D. Goldstein explains how dating networks (and racism) hold the key to why gay black men are disproportionately impacted by HIV.
How teaching hospitals fail people of color.
Some people are more shocked over a word than the fact that gay and bisexual men of color continue to contract HIV at alarming rates.
When black women discuss their issues with each other, we can change the course of history.
How she kept love going, even after learning the hard way (while she was pregnant) that her boyfriend was HIV-positive.