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  • How can we kick neuropathy into the glossies?
  • Coming out on PrEP: It’s like déjà vu all over again
  • The end of AIDS?
  • Add a little [+] into your life
  • Wheeling it

Opinion Pieces

  • How can we kick neuropathy into the glossies?

    How can we kick neuropathy into the glossies?

    Dave R: Despite between a quarter and a third of people living with HIV ending up with neuropathy, it still draws blank stares from most people When will neuropathy become sexy enough to hit the headlines?
  • Coming out on PrEP: It’s like déjà vu all over again

    Coming out on PrEP: It’s like déjà vu all over again

    PrEP user Marc-André LeBlanc discusses what it's like to be open about using pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) to reduce the risk of HIV infection and why the admissions you make are a bit like coming out as a gay man
  • The end of AIDS?

    The end of AIDS?

    From Tye.ca, Not so fast, says Stephen Lewis. Beyond drugs we need social and political cures.
  • Add a little [+] into your life

    Add a little [+] into your life

    Daniel Uy says “If you want to have a more problem-free dating life, add the [+] to your name. It’s really that simple.”
  • Wheeling it

    Wheeling it

    Matt Levine works like a dog driving a pedicab in San Francisco but says "I’m aware of how lucky I am to be alive. Dead folks don’t have aches and pains. I won. HIV lost!”
  • What it means to be undetectable

    What it means to be undetectable

    Bop Leahy talks to the folks at AIDS Vancouver about their innovative campaign “The New Face of HIV – What It Means to Be Undetectable”. It refers to the new realities of living with HIV in the era of highly effective antiretrovirals
  • What is safe sex?

    What is safe sex?

    Progressive Australian AIDS Service Organization ACON redefines what is "safe" sex for gay and bi men – and it’s not just about condoms!
  • Sex and HIV:  the tombstones and icebergs have left the bedroom

    Sex and HIV: the tombstones and icebergs have left the bedroom

    Changing times. From FS Magazine, an HIV-negative writer says “I don't take my being HIV-negative for granted but I also don’t allow a fear of HIV to stop me doing what I want to do.”
  • All-American Truvada family

    All-American Truvada family

    Another post from HIV Negative Spouses, a blog for HIV negative women that have HIV positive spouses and would like support around this issue comes this entry about the pros and cons of using Truvada as PrEP
  • LTR

    LTR

    The UK’s Alex Sparrowhawk on what five years with HIV means to him. “HIV wasn’t the long term relationship I was looking for in 2009, but I fail to see how it’s been anything other than a successful one.”
  • Bedding Andrew

    Bedding Andrew

    Bob Leahy in an extended conversation with Toronto neg guy Andrew Morrison-Gurza about life with a disability, sex on wheels, his film “Bedding Andrew” and what he shares with people living with HIV

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