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20 Proven Ways to Get Young People to Talk HIV | Advocate.com

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Our friends over at the Stigma Project, a small organization that releases social media–friendly messages around HIV, has definitely had a big impact (more than 3 million people around the world have seen at least one of its images). Now the group is hosting its first official fundraiser this month in Los Angeles (get tickets or donate here), and so we’reRead the Rest…


The Sisters Of Perpetual Indulgence are hosting a charity event…

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and have generously invited us to join in! Mark your Calendars for April 18th and come out to Silver Dollar Saloon on North Main Ave. for some fun while helping to make a difference in the community. Get tested while your here as well and reward yourself by knowing your status! The Sisters will be donating money raised from thisRead the Rest…


AIDS at 30: The U.S. Epidemic

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Published on Aug 27, 2012 “AIDS at 30: The U.S. Epidemic” chronicles the thirty years since the first cases of a rare pneumonia found in young gay men were reported by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control. This four minute video highlights landmarks in the history of AIDS from the discovery of the AIDS virus and the banning of Ryan WhiteRead the Rest…


“I’m Still Josh” gives us a shout out!

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“I’m Still Josh” was kind enough to give us a shout out while sporting our t-shirt and delivered a very important message to “santonio” (cut him a break with the accent). Thanks Josh, for all you do to help destroy the stigma surrounding HIV!


Alamo City Leather and Fetish Weekend

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“March 21st-23rd will be the second Alamo City Leather and Fetish Weekend held in San Antonio, Texas. The event was initially conceived by Mr. Third Coast Leather 2012 Sir Steven Parker, but has garnered more community input and involvement since its inception. San Antonio Gear Enthusiasts (SAGE) and its members are assisting Parker in the plans for the event includingRead the Rest…


Princess Poppycock

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Type the word “HIV” into Google and you’ll see that there is no shortage of information on the subject.  You can find information about how it’s transmitted, where it came from, and even ways in which the disease might be cured one day.  What you cannot find is a glimpse into the lives of those who are infected with HIV,Read the Rest…


“Be careful. That guy is positive.”

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“I heard the warning twice that night—once from a close friend who wished to warn me of the impending danger, and again from a concerned stranger whom I had met earlier in the evening. As the holidays usually are, this past season included way too many parties. It was at one of the many social gatherings where I met aRead the Rest…


Facebook Contest until Jan 3rd

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Hey Hotties, for the rest of the month we will be playing a game of “Show what you Know”! We will be posting a question here on Facebook and all you need to do is simply answer the question! If you answer correctly, your name will be entered into a drawing for a gift bag of the latest Hottie attire!Read the Rest…


WHAT YOUNG GAY MEN DON’T KNOW ABOUT AIDS

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(original source) I used to keep a picture on my desk, taken on Castro Street, in 1983, at the moment when it seemed as if gay life in San Francisco was ending forever. There were two men in the photograph: the first, tall and gaunt, was leaning over the other, who was in a wheelchair, tucking a blanket around whatRead the Rest…


Why You Shouldn’t Take A Vacation From HIV Treatment

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BY: HIV PLUS EDITORS (source) 11.4.2013 Here’s more bad news for HIV-positive gay men who are considering a short-term break (or “vacation”) from their antiretroviral drug regimens: You’re more likely to expose others to the virus and to suffer potentially dangerous blood clots yourself if you do, according to at least two studies. An analysis of data from the large-scaleRead the Rest…


Let us give publicity to H.I.V./AIDS and not hide it, because the only way to make it appear like a normal illness like TB, like cancer, is always to come out and say somebody has died because of H.I.V./AIDS, and people will stop regarding it as something extraordinary. ----- Nelson Mandela