HIV

New Study to Track Sexually Active Men May Slow the Spread of HIV

In an era when we know so much more about preventing the spread of HIV, researchers strive to figure out why it still keeps spreading....

Sunday Morning Snapshots Capture Life after Last Call

Richard Renaldi captures the decadence of a club scene now that it’s no longer shaken by fear of an untreatable disease. In 1996, after a breakup with his boyfriend, Richard...

“Cycle for the Cause” Seeks Bikers and Donors to End AIDS

What will you do to end AIDS? This question is posed as soon as you open the Cycle for a Cause website. It’s appropriate because the organization offers people the chance to...

Making Smart Nutrition Choices for HIV

Nutrition can be a complex subject to begin with, but when living with HIV, there may be additional dietary concerns to keep yourself feeling healthy. We spoke to holistic health...

Jerry Mitchell Tells the Naked Truth about Broadway Bares

The musical theater dynamo sounds off on showing skin to fight AIDS and bringing Pretty Woman to the stage. This June marked the 27th time that Broadway actors disrobed in the...

AIDS at Home: An Exhibition at the Museum of the City of New York

An exhibition showcases art that explores the early years of the epidemic from a very personal perspective. As the AIDS crisis unfolded during its early decades, even the hidden...

Brotherhood Retreat: For Men Living with HIV

As it approaches a milestone, a retreat designed for men living with HIV seeks to break down boundaries. The Brotherhood Retreat is a three-day gathering for gay and bisexual men,...

A Brief History of HIV Testing

How testing became more effective, more efficient and one of our best tools for ending the epidemic. HIV testing: just hearing those words is enough to give many people a dose of...

GMHC—Protecting People with HIV from Losing Housing

AIDS service organizations know housing can be a challenge for their clients. But what is the best way to offer help? People living with HIV or aids can be at risk of Losing...

The AIDS Quilt At 30: A Tale of Tears, Trials and Tenacity

What did it mean then, and what does it mean now? Thirty years have passed since San Francisco gay rights activist Cleve Jones decided to honor his friend, Marvin Feldman, who...

"How to Survive a Plague:" AIDS and Hard Lessons Learned

Looking to the past for lessons on struggling against stubborn silence. As 2016 concluded, The New York Times reported that the number of people diagnosed HIV positive in Russia...

Once in the TV Spotlight, HIV Slips into the Shadows

Characters with HIV are disappearing from screens, though their presence is crucial. Oliver Hampton is charting a lonely path. Not only did a potential lover spurn him when he...