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Pose's Billy Porter: I'm Living With HIV

The gay actor revealed that he was drawing on real-life experiences for his character, Pray Tell.

AIDS/LifeCycle Canceled Due to COVID-19, But Fundraising Isn’t

The 545-mile charity ride for the Los Angeles LGBT Center and the San Francisco AIDS Foundation won't take place this year, but riders will continue raising funds.

Gus Kenworthy Rides to Raise Awareness That AIDS Is Not Over

The out Olympian will ride from San Francisco to Los Angeles with 2,500 cyclists and roadies to stamp out HIV and AIDS and the stigma around the disease. 

New 'Consent Condom' Requires Four Hands to Open

What could go wrong? 

HIV Rocks the Box Office

2018 brought HIV narratives into the spotlight, winning a few Golden Globes in the process.

Matt Smith Embodies Queer Artist Robert Mapplethorpe in New Trailer

The film costars John Benjamin Hickey, who is gay, and transgender Assassination Nation actress Hari Neff.

6 HIV, AIDS Stories Depicted in Movies and TV This Year

From Bohemian Rhapsody to Pose, 2018 saw the reemergence of HIV stories that had been missing from recent pop culture.

British Parliament Member Reveals He's HIV+ in Speech to Remove Stigma

Lloyd Russell-Moyer made his moving speech in honor of the 30th anniversary of World AIDS Day. 

AIDS Lifecycle Raises a Record-Breaking $16.6 Million for HIV Programs

More than 2,200 cyclists and roadies set out for a seven-day journey this weekend. Before they even got on their bikes they'd already done the important work.

Trump Administration Bans CDC from Using the Word Transgender

The administration also banned the use of "diversity," and "evidence-based" in CDC materials to be submitted for Trump's budget. 

Did This Texas Law Maker Just Make Male Masturbation a Crime?

To illustrate the hypocrisy regarding women's sexual health versus men's, Rep. Jessica Farrar proposed a bill to force men to undergo unnecessary rectal exams before seeking Viagra, vasectomies, and more. 

15 Reasons Why This Lesbian Rides A Bike 545 Miles For Gay Men

Of course I ride for all, but coming out living near NYC in the '80s altered me forever.

Music That Inspired A Movement

With the advent of HIV/AIDS came music that defined a generation.

Archie Panjabi Lends A Hand for Hope

Emmy winner Archie Panjabi has become a “Citizen of Hope,” as part of an awareness campaign launched by leading HIV/AIDS, cancer and diabetes researcher City of Hope.