Can Activism Therapy Help People With HIV Find Happiness?
July 01 2015 1:39 PM ET

Can Activism Therapy Help People With HIV Find Happiness?

Michael Anthony-Nalepa

Sometimes it is speaking out for others that eventually gives us the to tools to speak up for ourselves.

Op-Ed: 10 Worst Offenses of AIDS Healthcare Foundation's Michael Weinstein
June 24 2015 12:28 PM ET

Op-Ed: 10 Worst Offenses of AIDS Healthcare Foundation's Michael Weinstein

HIVPlusMag.com Contributor

Five HIV activists — Peter Staley, Mark S. King, Eric Paul Leue, Mathew Rodriguez, and Tyler Curry — put AHF to task what they see as the group's failures.

Expanding the Love Bubble and Reducing Stigma Along the Way
June 22 2015 2:00 PM ET

Expanding the Love Bubble and Reducing Stigma Along the Way

Joe Stones

VP Joe Stones, his partner Danny Nava, and more than 60 other Bank of America employees rode in the annual AIDS/LifeCycle, making them the largest corporate team again this year. 

Please Quit Looking for My HIV
April 14 2015 11:04 AM ET

Please Quit Looking for My HIV

Tyler Curry

If you know someone is HIV-positive, quit looking for their virus. They already told you where it is.

Op-ed: The Slow Death of Gay Gathering Places May Be Aiding HIV
April 09 2015 5:00 AM ET

Op-ed: The Slow Death of Gay Gathering Places May Be Aiding HIV

Sean Cahill

Social isolation among LGBT elders may be contributing to HIV, but community building can slow its advance.

Why We Changed the Name of Our Magazine
April 08 2015 4:00 AM ET

Why We Changed the Name of Our Magazine

Diane Anderson-Minshall

For one, it's because our readers are more than just their status.

HIV, Cocktails, and One Mother's Love
March 23 2015 5:00 AM ET

HIV, Cocktails, and One Mother's Love

Ryan Siskow

One man tried to hide his life from his parents, until he just couldn't hide anymore.

Op-ed: HIV-Positive LGBT Women Are Discounted, Miscounted, and Uncounted
March 10 2015 1:59 PM ET

Op-ed: HIV-Positive LGBT Women Are Discounted, Miscounted, and Uncounted

Jeff Krehely and Tari Hanneman

A decade after the first National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, men remain the face of the disease.

National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day: I Am My Brother's (and Sister's) Keeper
February 07 2015 5:00 AM ET

National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day: I Am My Brother's (and Sister's) Keeper

Darnell Green

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.

Dear HIV, I've Got Something to Say...
January 20 2015 6:38 PM ET

Dear HIV, I've Got Something to Say...

Kevin Varner

One man checks in with the virus in his body — and thanks it.

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