As we roll around to yet another World AIDS Day, it’s clear that the HIV epidemic, which is still very much an epidemic, has faded into the background in a lot of our activism. More than 35 years into the fight, the urgency of years past has faded—in large part because of the gains made through fierce AIDS advocacy.…
A former Maryland school aide and track coach was hit with a staggering 119-count indictment that could have him sentenced to over 1,500 years in prison if convicted, after being accused of sexually assaulting several male students while he was HIV-positive.
A married Ohio man is facing murder charges after being accused of not telling his longtime girlfriend—who later died of AIDS—that he was HIV-positive.
When I visit a city, I like to check out people doing interesting stuff. Usually these will be individuals or organizations working in social justice advocacy or activism, or in community-building services such as health promotion, educational equity, re-entry work, etc.
Mike Pence is Lucifer if instead of creating hell after being drop-kicked out of heaven, Lucifer decided to land in Indiana and become a politician.
I will never forget the day my mother asked me, “Is there something you want me to know about you?”
Michael L. Johnson, a former student-athlete who was found guilty and was serving time for infecting a sexual partner with HIV, among other crimes, has had his conviction overturned by a panel of appeals court judges, the Washington Post reports.
In a promising nod to World AIDS Day, which is Thursday, South African health officials will begin a new HIV vaccine trial Monday, the Washington Post reports.
An Illinois personal trainer is being held on $150,000 bail after being accused of knowingly transmitting HIV to three women he dated, the Chicago Tribune reports.
A Memphis, Tenn., dance coach has been arrested after police allege he had sex with a minor while knowingly having HIV.
June 27 is National HIV Testing Day. This day was created as an annual observance to promote HIV testing. The theme is “Doing It.” What does that mean?
Orlando, Fla., mass shooter Omar Mateen was "100 percent" gay and had a grudge against Latino men because he felt used by them, a man claiming to have been his lover for two months told Univision.
I read recently that dreams always start in the middle. There is no real beginning, there is no chronological sequence; just snapshots of visions in jarring order. I think memories work the same way. A lot of my more important memories seem to be snapshots of the climax in a particular moment, or glimpses filled with…