LGBT+ celebrities and HIV activists perform the cutest and least musical version of 80s hit Don’t You Forget About Me.
At the moment, over 1,100 gay and bi men contract HIV in England each year but the tools now exist to slash that number.
It’s the first test to not only diagnose HIV but also measure viral load, allowing doctors to start treatment even faster.
New survey found gay and bi men are having more sex with more people.
Many countries are failing to use HIV money on gay, trans and other high risk groups.
It should help people who can’t easily get the drug right now protect themselves against HIV.
Many parts of England are just not ready for free PrEP to start on 1 October.
A new study tracked almost 5,000 men for a year in the US; Meth-use by far the biggest factor that influenced risk-taking behavior.
Chlamydia is up 83% among gay and bi men in England in four years.
LGBT+ inclusive rugby is gaining new players while traditional clubs are struggling.
Reducing risk doesn’t have to mean stopping sex – but adjusting what you do.
‘I’ve been feeling really sad and cry non-stop.’
Pastor claimed he could help gay teens ‘choose’ to be straight by getting them to stroke horses.
‘We are updating our policies to ban the promotion of conversion therapy services.’
And less than half of sexually active transgender people know about the drug that can prevent HIV.
New study also confirms that religious leaders are guilty of over 80% of so-called LGBT+ ‘cures’.
New research shows that the more open an LGBT+ teen is about their sexuality, the less likely they are to participate in sport.
‘Ex-gay’ group Hope for Wholeness operates in at least 15 states.
The Netherlands is considering a legal ban on the harmful ‘gay cures’.
Young, trans and black and Asian LGBT+ people have taken the biggest hit to their wellbeing.
Is a big or unkempt bush a deal breaker?
Currently gay and bi men must not have sex for three months before they are allowed to donate.
The new injections may make taking PrEP easier and they are even better at stopping HIV.
STIs are plummeting and lockdown could reduce sexual infection rates for years to come, if we all do the right thing now.
Even Hungary thinks the ban is discriminatory.
‘At a time of crisis like this, we can’t allow old prejudices to get in the way of saving lives.’
As a result, gay and bi men who survive coronavirus can also help other virus patients by giving plasma.
Discrimination may be blocking a lifesaving treatment for COVID-19.
Plus links to support services around the world and the latest COVID-19 advice.
‘The biggest slap in the face ever.’