‘It Would Be Friends Of Friends, Then Your Friend’: The It’s A Sin Era, Remembered By Those Who Survived It
“It started with whispers, rumours... almost gossip. It was terrifying, even at the beginning."
“That’s the one thing I drew a line at because I don’t want it to look in any way glamorised."
“A younger man might have said don’t put the Daleks in this, this is a serious subject."
Rory O'Neill, AKA Ireland's biggest drag star Panti Bliss, remembers the day he was told he was dying.
In an address about an executive order on police reform, Trump made erroneous claims about both the coronavirus and an "AIDS vaccine."
A new study reveals 84% of people have abstained from sex outside of their household in order to slow the spread of coronavirus.
Those of us affected by HIV have been through the trenches and are truly battle-tested for this one.
The London patient underwent a a high-risk, life-threatening procedure not appropriate for many living with HIV
This year marks 30 years since the first World Aids Day. In that time, treatment and response has changed dramatically. But for many stigma is still a major issue. This year’s theme is ‘know your status’, encouraging people to talk about testing and treatment.
As Part Of The First Generation To Age With HIV, I'm Looking Forward To A Future I Didn't Think I'd Have
Many of us ‘long term survivors’ haven’t prepared for old age, we just didn’t think it would happen to us - we will all face new and unprecedented challenges