The New York Times bestselling author and former Vanity Fair scribe joins dozens of others in our annual feature, 75 Most Amazing HIV-Positive People of 2016. Sessums talks addiction, abandonment, and forgiveness, while others (including I Am Cait star Chandi Moore) share their own stories. Show More Summary
This activist developed HIV resources for others in rural Florida.
One in ten people still have no health insurance, many of them with HIV.
Dancing With the Stars winner Nyle DiMarco illuminates the intersection between the LGBT and disability communities that is longer and deeper than many realize.
Dr. Demetre explains how HIV meds reduce the risk of passing the virus on to a partner.
He was already a YouTube sensation when he found he was he was positive, but it gave him a new life as an internet celebrity and activist.
An exclusive interview with athlete and activist Jamil Eric Wilkins, who is reframing HIV, one mile at a time.
THRIVE SS founder Daniel Driffin will be the first HIV-positive person to address the DNC in 16 years.
Is the virus finally hitting our shores?
This former Marine is still a soldier — he’s just fighting a different kind of war.
She fights for prisoner rights and healthcare access.
Coming out about depression — and his life on the streets — has opened new avenues for advocacy.
I'm doing fine. Just lying low after my last upper respiratory infection, noodling around on the guitar and generally staying still. I finally started back singing at St. Clement's on Sunday mornings. So, that's gotten me out of the house. Show More Summary
While being in a weird headspace, I have still promoted my blog to people who want to see what I write. This wonderful dialog group that I am a part of has many volunteers who drive for hours to be here with us. Since the evolution of...Show More Summary
Sexually transmittable and growing, Zika may be a bigger risk than experts previously thought. But where will it be next?
A series of studies show the global impact of ignoring the health of inmates and HIV-positive parolees.
Early success in a new trial bodes well for an eventual HIV vaccine.