South Asian gay and bisexual men come together to tackle HIV and increase representation in queer spaces ‘Me. Him. Us.’, the groundbreaking HIV testing campaign from GMFA – the gay and bi men’s health project – is returning to […]
How accurate is Bohemian Rhapsody, the Queen biopic, and does it do its subject justice? Simon Blish investigates.
With World AIDS Day just around the corner, we thought we’d return to a key area of interest for the LGBT community: PrEP.
Homotopia – the Liverpool-based annual LGBT arts festival – has commissioned a new panel for the UK AIDS Memorial Quilt to celebrate the 30th anniversary of World AIDS Day.
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.
We need an urgent shake-up of the way health services engage with trans people if we’re to beat HIV.
After marking HIV Testing Week last week today is World AIDS Day. It’s a time for hope as well as remembrance.
Film-makers Paul Coleman and Adam Roberts are looking for LGBT participants to help to make a documentary about experiences of living with HIV from the earliest days of the virus through to today.
Philip Christopher Baldwin has long been a hard-working, tireless advocate for LGBT and HIV+ rights and education.