Social isolation among LGBT elders may be contributing to HIV, but community building can slow its advance.
A decade after the first National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, men remain the face of the disease.
Growing up, I was ashamed to tell my friends and family that I was gay because of the stigma associated with it in my community. Imagine growing up with the fear that I will either die, go to Hell, or succumb to AIDS.
This gay, HIV-positive activist has been on the ground in Missouri — site of the Ferguson protests — and he's not happy with what he's seen. But it's not what you think.