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...

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...

Role Call: Rae Lewis-Thornton

Enough Already! HIV stigma needs to be stopped by Rae Lewis-Thornton In the early days of the HIV pandemic stigma was horrendous. Those living with HIV/AIDS lived...

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,...

Rick Scott’s Silence

For two days following the deadliest mass shooting in American history and the murders of forty-nine mostly Latino/Latina patrons of a gay nightclub in...

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...

Twenty-Six Months Later…: A Blog by Hank Trout

On 11 November 2016, two days after the presidential election and one day after I attended an anti-Trump rally and march here in San...

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