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Check out our spring 'Wellness Issue' — promise it'll make you feel better!

Plus magazine's March/April issue is full of good vibes and great advice for living your best life possible, regardless of your HIV status.

Dr. Leo Moore is more than the "ultimate health guy"

As one of the nation's top leaders battling HIV and its stigma, this L.A. doctor embodies the best of National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day.

A Grindr/Facebook hybrid launches for people with HIV

A new app hopes to foster better health and stronger connections.

Is Zepbound a new weight loss miracle drug?

Following the exploding popularity of Ozempic and Wegovy, a new injectable becomes available for those struggling to lose weight.

The height of AIDS as viewed through a young person’s eyes

A recent exhibit brought to life the memories of a gay artist who grew up amid tragedy.

Meet the young Black heroes fighting for PrEP access at HBCUs

While the HIV prevention drug is common among white, affluent, urban gays, a new team is ensuring access across color lines.

Our country's dark history of persecuting people with HIV

A look back on the criminalization of HIV in the U.S. reveals its connection to systemic racism, classism, and homophobia.

The naked Black body takes center stage in this HIV campaign

"I Love Myself" hopes to shift the narrative around shame and stigma in the Black HIV community.

Plus Jan/Feb issue: Celebrating Black male beauty, talking mental health, & more

In this special issue, we focus on the beauty and resilience of the Black community — and Mr. Gay World shares a message about mental wellness.

Mr. Gay World wants to make sure you're OK

Troy Michael Smith has survived some dark places, and has now made it his mission to help other gay and bi men find healing.

The First Person Cured of AIDS Gets His Due

Palm Springs honors Timothy Ray Brown, the first person known to cured of HIV, with a permanent memorial.

Art Exhibit Explores Code-Switching Through a Queer Modern Lens

After recent work honored a lover lost to HIV, artist Don Hershman’s latest collection examines "code-switching" as a means of survival.

Broadway Flea Market & Auction Raises $1.2 Million for HIV Causes

Check out some fun photos from the beloved annual fundraiser that broke records this year by raising over $1.2 million.

​Houston, We Have a Problem — With Discriminating Against HIV+ People

An insurer based in Texas’s largest city is accused of creating dangerous obstacles for people living with HIV.

​FBI Busts 16-Million Dollar Fake HIV Drug Scheme​

A Miami man is caught for selling millions of dollars worth of counterfeit HIV meds.

The Most Amazing HIV Allies & Advocates of 2023

We celebrate some of the HIV community's greatest heroes who are smashing stigma and working to eliminate the epidemic once and for all.

Dianne Feinstein’s Commitment to People Living With HIV Won’t Be Forgotten

The long-serving senator and former San Francisco mayor leaves behind an enormous legacy, especially her early devotion to AIDS causes.

Poz Nights at Gay Bars Were Wonderful — And Now Outdated

A New York mixer for HIV-positive men is fondly recalled, even if it may no longer be needed.

PEPFAR in Peril: The Far-Right Wants to End the Lifesaving Global HIV Program

Although PEPFAR has saved an estimated 25 million lives over the past 20 years (and was created by a Republican administration), extreme conservatives are attempting to shut it down.

Plus Nov/Dec Issue: PEPFAR in Danger & Our Allies and Advocates of the Year

In this issue we cover the far-right's plight to end a global HIV program that has saved millions, and also celebrate eight amazing advocates who are creating change.