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FDA issued draft guidelines on a new blood donation policy; it now seeks public comment before the changes are finalized.
The documentary “Dionne Warwick: Don’t Make Me Over” debuts January 1 on CNN and covers the Grammy winner’s Black and HIV advocacy.
GLAAD’s #FactsAndVax campaign on Instagram Reels enlists Black influencers to educate about mpox. [VIDEOS]
The “Philly, Keep on Loving” telehealth program includes at-home HIV and STI tests, med delivery, PEP, doctor chats and more—all free.
This is an improvement from 36% in 2020, notes this year’s State of HIV Stigma Report and survey from GLAAD.
Having eased its ban on blood donations from gay and bi men in 2020, the FDA may soon use a questionnaire to assess individual risk.
Lambda Legal, which filed the suit, argues the policy is “discriminatory” and disproportionately affects LGBTQ people and people of color.
The Pennsylvania law increases penalties for spitting on a police officer and committing actions that could transmit HIV, hep B and more.
Join virtual events for the Week Against Transphobia, November 14 to 18, which lead up to the Transgender Day of Remembrance on Sunday.
The monkeypox response in rural America may be affected by the patchy resources and bitter politics that are a legacy of COVID-19.
A documentary revisits HIV and LGBTQ hero Pedro Zamora, who starred in “The Real World” and died hours after the final episode aired.
While encouraging HIV testing, prevention and treatment among gay and bisexual men, #NGMHAAD 2022 also raises awareness of monkeypox.
Information and resources catering to their identities may address disparities and help LGBTQI+ people better navigate cancer care.
Some fear the monkeypox response is not being prioritized because the virus affects gay men, especially those who are Black or Latino.
A Texas lawyer argues that requiring insurance to cover PrEP to prevent HIV amounts to forcing Christians to support homosexual behavior.
Rasheed Newson discusses his debut novel, “My Government Means to Kill Me,” about a Black gay HIV activist coming of age in 1980s NYC.
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