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Watch Madonna honor two AIDS heroes at her NYC concert

The Queen of Pop saluted nurses Ellen Matzer and Valery Hughes, who were in the audience at Madison Square Garden.

New York's plan to stop STIs

The city wants doctors to prescribe a preventative drug that can stop diseases like syphilis.

Do You Live in One of the Country's Horniest Cities?

A gay dating app revealed some fun and interesting facts in a recent campaign.

Don't Fear HIV-Positive Blood, Use It

A new campaign aims to shine a light on Asian-Americans living with, or at risk of, HIV.

Queer Broadway Belts It Out to Raise Hundreds of Thousands for HIV Causes

Musical numbers + gorgeous performers + charity = heaven!

Sniffies Names the Horniest City in the U.S.

The app used “raw data” to show when, where, and how people use it.

Monkeypox Claims First Two Victims in New York City

These are the first MPV-related deaths in the nation's largest city.

Legendary HIV Activist and Artist Hunter Reynolds Has Died

We celebrate his legacy and fearless fight against homophobia and HIV.

19 Broadway Bares Images Too Hot to Handle

The HIV fundraiser was a nearly naked musical epic.

High Demand Complicates Monkeypox Vaccine Rollout in NYC

With new cases on the rise among gay and bi men, vaccine demands are already outweighing supply in the area.

Victor Garber On Acting On Broadway As The AIDS Crisis Unfolded

 "He lived in my apartment and died in my apartment."

Big Change in Leadership at Venerable HIV Organization GMHC

The historic New York-based organization provides life-saving services.

Meet Dr. Demetre Daskalakis, Biden's New Weapon Against HIV

Daskalakis, the CDC’s unconventional director of HIV prevention efforts, enters his new role during the most challenging health crisis in decades.

New York State Budget Cuts Threaten HIV Care

HIV care providers in New York State are calling for a reversal in changes to prescription benefits for vulnerable populations.

New York's Demetre Daskalakis to Lead CDC's AIDS Prevention Efforts

The appointment of Daskalakis, who has managed New York City's response to HIV, COVID-19, and more, is being widely praised.

Broadway Legend André De Shields Is Living

This multi-hyphenate is living proof status doesn't define you.

Pharmacist Busted for Taking HIV Meds From Poor People

A massive Medicaid fraud ring is busted, which allegedly involved buying back HIV meds from impoverished patients and reselling them.

Judge Rules That HIV Is A "Loathsome Disease"

A New York court ruling states that a magazine ad "defames" a Brooklyn woman by making her appear HIV-positive.

NYC's Top HIV Doc to Lead City's Bureau of HIV and AIDS

Dr. Demetre Daskalakis will be head of the New York City Bureau of HIV/AIDS after effectively controlling the meningitis outbreak last year.

ACT UP/NY Stages Die-In and Hackathon

Once symbolic of AIDS activism, this die-in was meant to make younger generations of the LGBT community aware that AIDS is still a present-day issue, not an event that can be presented as past history.