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Dwayne Ratleff Transforms Tragedy into Triumph in New Book

Dancing to the Lyrics details the HIV advocate and author's hardscrabble life as a child in 1960s Baltimore.​

Talk Show Host Gracie Cartier on Her Inspiring Journey of Self-Love

How the trans advocate and Emmy-nominated hairstylist broke free of negative thinking about life with HIV.

This Latinx 'Wisdom of the Crowd' Star is Talking Back

Actor Jai Rodriquez lost family to AIDS, now he's determined to end HIV's disproportionate impact on the Latinx community.

This Doc Wants to Change How Black Men View PrEP

Dr. Leo Moore is reaching the black MSM community in Los Angeles with his prevention efforts, and it's working. 

Newly Diagnosed with HIV? Here’s What’s Next

Finding out you’re HIV-positive might be scary, but with the proper knowledge, it doesn’t have to be.

New HIV Battle in the South

Two major foundations are working together to fight HIV and AIDS in the American South. 

GMHC Opens HIV-Specialized Walgreens Pharmacy

It's now easier to access HIV treatment in New York City.

Can We Lure Dormant HIV to Its Death?

Researchers were able to train existing T cells to become “killer T cells,” essentially attacking dormant HIV where it is hiding.

Chicago Women of Color Harness Social Media for HIV Education

Called Project Elevate, the campaign will be run by the group it is engineered to help: young women of color.

Love, Pregnancy and Science

In the first-of-its-kind book, Positively Negative, we meet two couples who strive to have a child the old-fashioned way, even though in both couples, the man has HIV. In this excerpt, Susan and Dan Hartmann try for a family by using treatment as prevention and timed sex, just as researchers were discovering whether that would work. 

Yes, There Is a Job for You

The National Working Positive Coalition knows where the gaps in HIV treatment and prevention come from: employment and economic security

Taking on a Banking Giant

A major civil rights group represents an HIV-positive man in his discrimination case against JPMorgan Chase

How to Tell Your Boss You Have HIV and Employment Rights

Bookmark this for your boss — or yourself — next time someone needs to be politely but firmly reminded of your right to work.

Being Discriminated Against at Work?

There's help out there — and it doesn't have to cost you a thing.

Getting Back To Work

Longer lives with HIV mean a reinvigorated workforce. This NYC group is out to help

Working Nine to Five

It’s a brave new world for workers with HIV.

Positive Planning

Smart planning for the future starts today.

WATCH: Three Great New Movies About People With HIV

Three great films from Outfest, Los Angeles' annual LGBT film festival, offer glimpses of life with HIV — today and back in 1985.

Diseased Pariah News Married Rage and Hilarity

Just when AIDS was reaching it's pinnacle of sympathy schmaltz in the media, the 'zine brought a breath of fresh black humor. Now 23 years later, a new generation is discovering it online.