Moment of Grace, a new play by Ben Gosling about the Princess of Wales visit to London’s first AIDS Unit in 1987, adapted for the screen during COVID-19 lockdown.
UK online doctors service Zava offers PrEP and all related medical advice from £49.99 per month.
New research has found that one in three gay and bisexual male patients has avoided seeking help for sexual health problems due to fear of prejudice by medical staff – and one in four have experienced discrimination.
International pop sensation Zara Larsson fronts star-studded line-up for ground-breaking new campaign which encourages people to ‘have sex and save lives’.
Protestors crashed the premiere of Bohemian Rhapsody, the Freddie Mercury biopic, to raise awareness of HIV and NHS funding of HIV and hepatitis C drugs.
In the US LGBT community, almost 1 in 2 black men, 1 in 4 Latino men and 1in 11 white men will be diagnosed with HIV in their lifetimes.
In anticipation of the debut of Symphony, Reggie catches up with Raymond Yiu.
Raymond Yiu’s new composition Symphony, which debuts on 25 August 2015 at BBC Proms, takes on the effects of AIDS in 90s London.
The seminal 80s play As Is hits Edinburgh this year, putting discussions of HIV back on the table.
James Patrick Carraghan looks at the latest report on homophobia and transphobia in Jamaica.