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Read month one of my PrEP diary here
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
Father Foreshew-Cain: There is 'institutional homophobia' within the Church of England
‘Queer Muslims are the objects of racism, homophobia, and Islamophobia. They are made to suffer for being LGBT and Muslim,’ says Dr Alberto Fernandez Carbajal
Did RuPaul's Drag Race editors go too far in the editing of Valentina's prayer?
His death has sparked outlandish rumors
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 must invest a collective effort into reconnecting with our radical roots to fight LGBTI racism and include queer people of color
A friendly face on queer twitter is that of @eleanorrthomas.
It was a delight to talk to Eleanor as, like myself, she's a bisexual woman.
She also co-hosts The Bennet Edit, a fortnight
Jordan made gay sex legal before the UK, but there’s little public backing for wider LGBTI rights and protections
18-year old Isaac talks about why it's important for parents to support their trans children
'Certain things that girls would do, he wasn’t that bothered about'
This young woman believes the Patriarchy is at least partly to blame for bi-erasure.
In a post on her blog, 21-year old Susan begins by talking about how she came to realize her sexuality
The barbaric treatment of gay people is exposed in a shocking and sobering new BBC drama
'The badge was me making myself visible at an event some would label one of the most important in my life.'
Despite attempts to introduce a constitutional ban on gay marriage, Romanians are continuing to push for recognition says local activist Vlad Viski
Pav Akhtar of UK Black Pride was the only Muslim child in his children’s home, with few friends and little support
'They're the best support network and friends you could ever ask for'
It's 2017. You'd think people were better than this by now
‘No matter how famous you are, being a black man in America is very frightening’
Number one: 'When the boy I was in love with at school finally noticed me'
And why LGBTIs need to stop them
Larrain now hopes to not just fight for LGBTIs in his country, but also other underserved communities that may have slipped through the policy gaps of the Chilean system
California State Senator Scott Wiener on the threat posed to millions if Obamacare is axed
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
I wanted to support my closeted Palestinian gay friend and show the Arab world the power of love for everyone
How do we ensure our LGBTI pension rights for our community and our partners?
Stop treating trans, intersex and non-binary people as 'special cases'
Em Sendall shares her experiences of GLOBE - Deloitte’s LGBTI network - her proudest moments as a member, and her reflections on how being authentic helped her get where she is today
Four years ago my brother came out as gay. When I supported him, he was surprised because I'm a Christian
Just because someone is slim, don't assume that they don't worry and obsess over their weight and appearance
The Wonder Woman movie is shaping up to be one of the biggest hits of the year – to the delight of her many female fans, says Jenny Fallover
They came in combat boots, with their heads shaved, and clothed entirely in black
Pride festivals do not just attract gay, muscle boys… they're a diverse celebration for a diverse community, says David Hudson
Mainstream Prides aren’t culturally inclusive
Don't miss out on seeing the GMDC perform
Gay Star News and Digital Pride co-founder Tris Reid-Smith has been inspired by personal stories
Writer and illustrator Vincent Vincent shares constructive and easy-to-follow advice on how to boost your happiness
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