HIV is no longer a death sentence, but to deny that some people still experience it that way is to miss what happens to young Black men today.
We need to be able to hear and amplify the voices that have been ignored, marginalized, or outright silenced.
Get on treatment as soon as you find out you’re HIV-positive. For most people, that’s enough to become undetectable in a matter of weeks.
People living with HIV are a resilient bunch, and history continues to repeat itself.
The new year is always a great time to step back and look at where you’ve been and where you’re going.
Coming out HIV-positive is getting easier.
Many TV news programs and local newspapers cover HIV only on one of those particular dates each year — whichever one they find most important. For a magazine like Plus, we cover it all, but we also hear about the aftermath.