Opening up to his doctor empowered this advocate in other areas of his life.
These therapies can help people cope, not just with cancer, but HIV as well.
Micah Meredith, whose mom Lydia penned The Gay Preacher’s Wife, grew up gay and came out HIV-positive in his (closeted) preacher-father’s church.
As Much as I Can, the theatrical event playing in Baltimore, isn’t content with merely showing you the lives of gay black men in a city plagued with high rates of HIV infection.
At this year's United States Conference on AIDS, Marissa Miller spoke her truth — and inspired others to do the same.
Writer and social justice activist Robert Jones Jr. and founder of Son of Baldwin breaks it down. Prepare to laugh.
Over a 100 Los Angeles area churches join effort to position HIV as a social justice issue.