Twenty years after his death, HIV and AIDS activist Pedro Zamora's legacy remains crucial in the the fight against the virus.
My campaign is about showing people that living with HIV in 2014 is not a death sentence. It is not something I am ashamed of, nor something I will back away from. It is part of who I am, and part of the unique life experience that makes me who I am — and makes me qualified to represent the whole community.
HRC Endorses PrEP and GMFA encourages nakedness on Twitter using #Pants2HIV hashtag.
A Kickstarter project seeking $10 to make potato salad has earned $55,492, while one documenting people living with HIV or protesting for the rights of those with AIDS languishes. Is that fair?
This week in the HIV Plus Video Minute: Robertson stigmatizes, CDC report shocks, and USCA time again.
The FDA currently has a maximum one-year ban in place on blood donations from men who have had sex with an HIV-positive woman or women who have had sex with HIV-positive men, but gay and bi men — even those who aren't sexually active — are banned for life.
This special, extended HIV Plus Video Minute with Josh Robbins remembers HIV researchers and advocates lost in the Malaysian Airlines crash.
WATCH: $458 Million Per Year from U.S. to Anti-Gay Nigeria? HIV Plus Video Minute with Josh Robbins Explains
Why is the U.S. sending over $450 million to Nigeria each year? Plus, The Body's doctor answers a weird question and the new dot HIV domain launching.
In this installment, our video correspondent looks at the latest buzzworthy HIV stories, including a report showing cable news TV's silence on HIV in 2013, a new study explaining how some with HIV can remain off medicine, and a young HIV-positive politician in Florida may run for office soon.
In this latest installment, our video correspondent looks at the latest buzzworthy HIV stories, including celebs going nude for the cause, an aspiring rapper getting shut down, and people with HIV in Russia under surveillance.