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Singapore's First Series About Gay Life Is a Hit

People Like Us  is Singapore's first ever gay webseries and it's giving Western audiences a rare look at queer life in the East Asian republic.

How Far Did Elizabeth Taylor Go to Fight AIDS?

The new HBO documentary, The Battle of amfAR, reveals how involved the actress was in the early days.


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.

PHOTOS: Springsteen, Kanye, Kardashians and Others Celebrate #WorldAIDSDay 2014

Celebrities around the globe joined activists, families, doctors, and politicians to both mourn our losses and create new hope for the end of AIDS.

The HIV Year in Review: World AIDS Day 2014

It was a year of highs (a baby was cured!) and lows (turns out the “cure” didn’t last) in the world of HIV and AIDS treatment, research, policy, and headlines. Here are a few high (and low) lights.

Rihanna Says She Became an Activist Because the Number of Teens With HIV Was 'Shocking'

In this one-on-one interview, the "Diamonds" singer spoke to HIV Plus about getting involved with MAC, the virus statistics that shocked her most, and why you should watch the new film, It's Not Over, about young people living with HIV.

NLGJA Honors HIV Plus Contributing Editor Mark S. King

Mark S. King has spent many years fighting to destigmatize HIV, and now his blog, My Fabulous Disease, has earned him an award from the National Lesbian & Gay Journalists Association.

Why You Should Check Out 'Art & AIDS: Perceptions of Life'

This exhibition, featuring artists living with HIV and AIDS, exemplifies art as healing therapy.

PHOTOS: World AIDS Day 2013

On December 1, the world pauses to remember the devastation of AIDS and to strengthen resolve in the battle.

World AIDS Day in Pictures

As World AIDS Day 2013 approaches, we look back at last year's inspiring images.