Role Call: Belkis Fonseca Medina

Hope Unites Us Together we can fight for the empowerment of individuals living with HIV/AIDS by Belkis Fonseca Medina Living with HIV, in all likelihood, is one...

Living with HIV/AIDS & Finding Hope in Magickal Thinking

Enchanting the World Living with HIV/AIDS & finding hope in magickal (not magical) thinking by Mel Baker In a recent A&U column called “Relentless ‘Gratitude’?” Hank Trout...

Crisis in Venezuela

I just mailed my leftover HIV medications, Reyataz, Prezista, and Norvir to Action for Solidarity in Miami, Florida, to be used by a person...

Decriminalizing Sex Work

Since 1955, the motto “To Protect and Serve” has been plastered on police cars all across the United States. In the book Who Do...

Discrimination from Within & Outside Our Communities

Divided We Fall Let's stop discrimination in our own communities by John Francis Leonard Yesterday, I was completely taken aback and feeling discouraged and mournful for several...

Role Call: Connie Rose

Small Minds Discuss People Why are discrimination and stigma still happening in small-town America by Connie Rose I came to the conclusion during the whole debate about...

Depression & HIV

Every Forty Seconds We need to raise awareness about the other epidemic—depression by Joshua Middleton I am HIV-positive and, yes, I also live with depression. That’s right,...

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