Two GSN writers explore issues around taking PrEP and their thoughts about whether to take the medication or not
Gay-inclusive sex ed should be compulsory for all, says Student Pride’s Charlie Mathers
NHS England says it will give PrEP to 10,000 in UK. Matthew Hodson welcomes the news but wants more answers on how those most at risk will be selected
There are now several ways to minimize sexual risk-taking, but is that leading to a shift in attitudes towards guys who want to wear condoms?
Edinburgh-based Jordan Phillips is shocked by some of the behavior he’s encountered as a newly-single gay man back out on the scene
Sexual health campaigner Matthew Hodson is glad the Czech Republic has dropped all charges against 30 gay men with HIV
Treatment is often only one pill a day and can stop you passing HIV on
I may not be for you, but a lot of time, effort and care has gone into my creation
The surprising facts prove we have bigger things to worry about.
'Being bisexual isn’t a phase,' Lewis Oakley writes, 'it is a lifelong sexuality'
Jason Domino, porn actor and sexual health campaigner, explains why he is on PrEP and why he wants NHS England to prescribe the medication to those at risk
Trans man Jamie Jaxon takes PrEP to prevent becoming HIV positive. Here he explains why NHS England should provide the treatment
Sex is just awkward, I want intimacy
I don’t know what else to do other than tell you my story. Maybe that will help me. Maybe it can help you
Pope Francis makes friendly comments but his actions are a different story
Gay marriage helps gangsters, apparently
Christian Pastor says we don’t use Bible to understand sexual orientation for the same reasons we don’t use 2,000-year old medical books for health guidance
In Mexico, David Hudson is fascinated by the traditions associated with the annual ‘Dia de Muertos’
‘Why do you give so much time and energy to an organization that doesn’t fully support who you are?’
Pastor John Pavlovitz is critical of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship’s decision to fire employees who show support for equal marriage
Khakan Qureshi reflects upon last weekend’s Eid and the feelings it can provoke in those who feel excluded by their families
How I found my first great love, realized God wants me to be gay, then lost him in the most heartbreaking way
Christian pastor John Pavlovitz has a message for those who believe that people choose to be gay
Pastor John Pavlovitz wishes some of his fellow Christians would wise up to the fact that being gay is not a result of what people do but a core part of their identity
We found a way forward together
North Carolina Pastor John Pavlovitz says there are some messages of love and support that need to be repeated again and again
In Romania, gay rights leader Vlad Viski writes, LGBTI people are David and the Orthodox Church is the Goliath
Gay Christian Davis Mac-Iyalla got death threats when he tried to engage with Nigerian Anglicans but he still believes the church can heal
From staying closeted to being as open as possible, read the story of these rainbow families
Showing your vulnerable self to the world and saying you want to change is body positive
Dispel the myth that civil partnerships and marriage give the same rights
'The only shameful aspect of this whole thing,' Scott Flashheart writes, 'is The Sun attempting to ruin a young man’s career for absolutely no reason'
Boy George’s anti-bisexual tweets were bad enough, his fans were worse
Trans Media Watch's Helen Belcher asks the big question: Has the BBC lost the plot?
We need to get behind this film, which deserves Oscar glory
It's time for gay men to check their male privilege
Should Fairytale of New York be censored on TV and radio?
Writer Benjamin G. Wilson used to live in Barking and could have been another of Stephen Port's victims
HIV and AIDS events have just become parties
On the 25th anniversary of Freddie Mercury's death, Dan Beeson explains how his presence brought him and his Dad together
This boy, who went to a course intended to turn him into a 'man', died at just 15
Caught in a time-warp but optimistic
After my state, North Carolina, passed the trans bathroom law my LGBTI students felt frightened and targeted
David Hudson says the Trump administration's action against trans students is a calculated one that threatens vulnerable young people
Glenn D. Magpantay, of the National Queer Asian Pacific Islander Alliance, on why vigilance is essential to hold the Trump administration accountable
It’s not a game of liberals versus despots
Will human rights be sacrificed for trade?
Anti-Muslim, anti-Europe and anti-gay
The right and far-right are poised to take over France
After last week's Presidential election, the next four years are where we really prove ourselves as a community
Michael Anderson is alarmed by the outcome of the US Election. In a Facebook posting to friends who voted for Trump, he explains why he is so troubled
The plan for a public vote on marriage equality in Australia is dead
Shelley Argent is an active member of Australian branch of family and ally organization, PFLAG, and campaigner for marriage equality
Black votes matter
'Sleazy' stories may be sensational, but is outing someone ever in the public interest?
A petition to ban same-sex marriage was signed nearly 3 million times
Cold turkey with a twist
I turned to my partner and said ‘Jack, I have no teeth!’ as blood streamed from my mouth
Angels are on patrol in Manchester’s gay village
A breakup letter to one man’s gay identity
Saskia and Lily taught YouTube about demisexuality
Liz Grant OBE urges new advocates to put themselves forwards for awards
But there is a way to stop it
Singer David McAlmont reflects on his love and admiration for George Michael
Vernal Scott reveals how the late, great George Michael secretly funded his fight against HIV and AIDS
'As a child of the 70s, (I) grew up watching the show and fantasizing that it was my life'
We need a national HIV and AIDS memorial in London
Are Brexit Britain and Trump’s US turning their back on AIDS?
Mike Pence's visit may have been a surprise, but the cast's direct address most certainly wasn't
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