The results, which are based on a published study in The Journal of Sexual Medicine, are presented on an interactive site that’s as fun to play with as it is informative.
An additional finding is that gay and bisexual men in countries where homophobia is more pronounced have fewer sex partners and were less likely to have HIV.
“Given the recent political shifts around the Defense of Marriage Act and same-sex marriage in the United States, these findings highlight the prevalence and value of loving feelings within same same-sex relationships,” said lead investigator Joshua G. Rosenberger.
Everyone’s talking about PrEP, but do you know what it’s all about? Truvada is an FDA-approved, once-daily pill that can help protect you from HIV.
Over 150 organizations endorsed the Positive Justice Project’s Consensus Statement calling for an End to HIV Criminalization in the US
This statement points to the growing consensus on the need to end the use of special criminal laws and policies that target persons with HIV for consensual sex or otherwise “exposing” another person to HIV.
GMFA is proud to support National HIV Testing Week (22nd – 29th November). To find out more about why you should test, what happens when you do test and where you can go for an HIV-test…