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Former Hairstylist, Trans Activist Gracie Cartier: I'm HIV-Positive

Cartier disclosed her status on her new show, Transcend.

CDC: 1 in 5 People in the U.S. Have an STI

New estimates show the large toll of sexually transmitted infections.

25 Years On, Mariah Carey, Boyz II Men's 'One Sweet Day' Still Heals

The '90s hit was created for victims of the AIDS pandemic. Today, it still comforts mourners.

Amazing People Living With HIV: Southern Star Larry Scott-Walker

The heroes leading the fight for resources and battling against stigma include this survivor with a cause.

Reporter Karl Schmid Is Not Polite About HIV Stigma

The ABC reporter's platform +Life is taking on a new initiative, F+STIGMA, in advance of World AIDS Day. 

Risky HIV Fundraiser in Puerto Vallarta Ends With Two Dead

An unmasked event at a gay bar turned deadly.

A New Life for Legendary AIDS Memorial Quilt

The National AIDS Memorial is calling on businesses and individuals to participate in the quilt's first-ever 50-state exhibition.

Gay Teens of Color Have Sex Earlier Than Straight Peers, Study Finds

New research underscores the need for earlier HIV testing and LGBTQ+-inclusive sex education.

Wear a Mask During Sex to Avoid COVID-19, Say Harvard Docs

Physicians laid out some recommendations for minimizing risks.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Volunteer With Project Angel Food

The royal couple delivered meals to those in need with the organization, which was founded by Marianne Williamson during the AIDS crisis.

Study: COVID-19 Can Be Spread by Fecal-Oral Contact

In addition to viral droplets and touching infected surfaces.

Holy Water, Film on HIV-Positive Gay Priest, Launches Kickstarter

Filmmaker Sebastian LaCause discusses the personal connection to his production.

Gilead to Release Its U.S. Truvada Patent a Year Early to One Company

A generic form of the HIV prevention drug from Teva Pharmaceuticals will come earlier than anticipated — but activists are calling for greater access.

Gilead Will Donate Truvada to 200,000 People Annually for 11 Years

The donation amounts to 2.4 million bottles each year — but activists say it isn't enough.

Beyoncé Honors Her Gay Uncle Who Died Of AIDS Complications

The music superstar and her husband, Jay-Z, were awarded for their contributions to LGBTQ equality at the GLAAD Media Awards. 

#21 Of Our Amazing People Living with HIV: Alex Cheves

This sex advice columnist believes we can’t really confront HIV until we get over our sexual hang-ups.

Murphy Brown Star Talks STIs, Being Gay and Indian on Stephen Colbert

Actor Nik Dodani tackled coming out, cultural appropriation, and STI testing on the late-night show.

Same-Sex Marriage Improves the Heath of Gay and Bi Men

New findings from Vanderbilt University offer a good reason to tie the knot and fight to protect marriage equality.

Grindr Is Going Public

The gay dating app is preparing to make a big move.

At 79, Terrence McNally Is Not Done Writing or Fighting

The gay playwright reflects on his extraordinary life, which is the subject of the new documentary Every Act of Life.