Marc-André LeBlanc recently sat down with advocate extraordinaire Jessica Terlikowski to talk about female condoms. Despite being around for 20 years, they are not well known, understood or used. But that is quickly changing,
To combat fear and stigma, guest Tom Johnston from New Brunswick says “the terms “AIDS”, and “HIV” need to be eradicated from every area of communication and replaced with something more representative of what this virus actually is.”
In part two of Dave R’s story, Andy struggles with what he’s learned and tries to balance deep dilemmas with his own reality. In the end, the choice is taken out of his hands but should he have done more? Would you have done more?
From The Body.com “This year's story goes something like this: "HIV is getting weaker." But is it really? And if it is, what does that really mean for the fight against HIV, and for those who are living with HIV today?"
Lots of couples decide to have threesomes to spice up their sex life together. It can be the beginning of a new stage in their sexual relationship or the end of the whole relationship. FS Magzine finds out how to know if three’s company or a crowd.
Fiction from Dave R - a two-part story set in the South Seas. A man tries to escape his past by moving to what he hopes may be paradise. However, the serpent there confronts him with dilemmas he desperately hoped to avoid.
From Philip J H Dawson, a poem he's written for people living with HIV with 'inspiration' from GIPA/MIPA and The Ontario Accord. Aim? To transform all who live with, work in, and are affected by HIV in Ontario.
Three new videos for World AIDS Day from the HIV Disclosure Project explore the connections between what we now know about risk of transmission and how that might impact HIV stigma, disclosure and criminalization