In this episode we're looking at a selections of TV movies from 1985-1994. Also introducing the MLP Factor™, as well as asking about the term "innocent" as it applies to those living with HIV. Read more...
Black, trans, HIV-positive, and more than OK: how this activist and foster mom stays motivated.
Not too long ago I started talking to this really awesome guy on the social media app Moovz. If you do not know about this app, it is for the LGBTQ community. I was nervous as hell when he was actually interested in me. We talked back...Show More Summary
She's survived a home invasion robbery, homelessness, abuse, and nearly dying from AIDS complications to become one of the nation's most visible HIV activists.
The face of HIV/AIDS is no longer what we have come to expect, we are not the dying and sick that the media as come to portray over the years. We are in fact your brothers, sisters, coworkers, daughters, sons, neighbors, and friends and we are not any different than someone whom is not living with HIV. Read more...
The college student had real concern in his eyes when he asked me a question during a recent presentation at American University. "Isn't it true," he asked, "that the HIV epidemic continues because people who know they are positive keep infecting other people?" Read more...
New study on monkeys shows HIV is at its weakest right after transmission.
This performer and HIV educator wants teens to be safe: so they won't repeat his experience.
An introduction to HIV-positive protagonists in mainstream media. In this first installment, we look at Jonathan Demme's Philadelphia as a starting point. What are the commonalities between Philadelphia and other portrayals of HIV/AIDS in film and television? Read more...
Taking Truvada at least 2 hours before sex and several days after can prevent HIV--but not as well as the daily pill.
The things those who are newly diagnosed ask us about being poz just might surprise you.
Blind in one eye, living with kidney failure, and as optimistic as a starry-eyed child, this long-time AIDS-survivor helps others in his spare time.
Study suggests that use of an insertable vaginal ring can prevent HIV infection for some women.
The first HIV-positive organ transplants have begun.
Dr. Demetre runs through considerations if you are drinking alcohol or taking drugs while on PrEP.
This mixed-status couple becomes a social media sensation and uses platform to talk about marriage, gay rights, and HIV.