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Meet Brandon

Meet Brandon

 Brandon is a graduate of William Paterson University. Find out his thoughts on PrEP and why he is HIV Equal. 
By: Thomas Evans

Meet Brandon

By: Thomas Evans
December 9th
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December 9th
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Meet Brandon

Danny Pintauro’s One-On-One with HIV Equal

Danny Pintauro’s One-On-One with HIV Equal

Through his bravery and with the help of Oprah, Danny Pintauro brought HIV back into the national consciousness. He’s had interviews with major media news stations, and has created a dialogue about HIV that has been missing since the early 90s.
By: HIV Equal

Danny Pintauro’s One-On-One with HIV Equal

By: HIV Equal
October 19th
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October 19th
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Danny Pintauro’s One-On-One with HIV Equal

Up Close with Mark S. King

Up Close with Mark S. King

At the 2015 USCA Conference in Washington, DC, HIV/AIDS activist Mark S. King chatted with HIV Equal about his website, MyFabulousDisease.com. He discussed the stories that have emerged from his experiences living with HIV. From serious to flat out raunchy, they’ll leave you feeling very “Mark S. King.” Check out the interview!
By: HIV Equal

Up Close with Mark S. King

By: HIV Equal
September 29th
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September 29th
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Up Close with Mark S. King

Unzipped In Depth: Who Is Tyler Helms?

Unzipped In Depth: Who Is Tyler Helms?

HIV Equal gets personal with Tyler Helms, the New York-Based HIV-positive writer and activist.

By: Tyler Curry

Unzipped In Depth: Who Is Tyler Helms?

By: Tyler Curry
September 27th
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September 27th
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Unzipped In Depth: Who Is Tyler Helms?

HIV Equal returns to Washington, D.C. Sept 2015

HIV Equal returns to Washington, D.C. Sept 2015

HIV Equal returned to Washington, DC on Saturday, September 12th, 2015 for its second testing and photo campaign in the Capital City. The event was held at the DC Center in conjunction with AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF). HIV Equal also premiered its new look as it continues offering free HIV rapid tests to help end the stigma of people living with the virus. For more information, check out www.HIVequal.org.
By: HIV Equal

HIV Equal returns to Washington, D.C. Sept 2015

By: HIV Equal
September 27th
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September 27th
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HIV Equal returns to Washington, D.C. Sept 2015

Up Close with Greg'ry Revenj

Up Close with Greg'ry Revenj

HIV Equal chatted with Greg’ry Revenj at this year’s USCA conference held in Washington, DC. The young activist spoke about HIV diagnosis, living with the disease and his work in the field of HIV awareness. He was recently featured as the face of HIV Plus Magazine, and continues working as a public speaker who empowers youth in the United States who are most at-risk for contracting HIV. Check out www.HIVequal.org for more interviews.      
By: HIV Equal

Up Close with Greg'ry Revenj

By: HIV Equal
September 27th
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September 27th
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Up Close with Greg'ry Revenj

HIV Equal Premieres Its New Look

HIV Equal Premieres Its New Look

After almost two years and hundreds upon hundreds of photos taken, HIV Equal is proud to unveil its all new look. The HIV Equal team is thrilled to reveal its new campaign image and hopes that people will continue to join us in fighting the stigma surrounding HIV, one social media post at a time. #IAmHIVEqual    
By: HIV Equal

HIV Equal Premieres Its New Look

By: HIV Equal
September 21st
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September 21st
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HIV Equal Premieres Its New Look

Monique Fontaine: the HIV Equal Interview

Monique Fontaine: the HIV Equal Interview

Transgender advocate Monique Fontaine sat down with HIV Equal to discuss aspects of her life and growing up as a transgender woman.
By: HIV Equal

Monique Fontaine: the HIV Equal Interview

By: HIV Equal
August 16th
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August 16th
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Monique Fontaine: the HIV Equal Interview

Pride in the Park 2015

Pride in the Park 2015

Presented by  World Health Clinicians and Triangle Community Center Triangle Community Center (www.ctgay.org) and World Health Clinicians (www.whcccc.org), two organizations whose missions include providing care and services to the Fairfield County LGBTQ Community, held the second annual Pride in the Park LGBTQ and family-friendly Pride festival at Mathews Park on Saturday, June 13, 2015. Sponsors from across Norwalk and Connecticut showed their support for the community by setting up tents and promoting their businesses to the diverse LGBTQ Community. HIV Equal also set up HIV testing booths and a full-on photo set where supporters modeled for photographs with campaign co-creator Thomas Evans.
By: HIV Equal

Pride in the Park 2015

By: HIV Equal
July 29th
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July 29th
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Pride in the Park 2015

NYC Gay Pride Parade 2015

NYC Gay Pride Parade 2015

By: HIV Equal

NYC Gay Pride Parade 2015

By: HIV Equal
June 30th
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June 30th
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NYC Gay Pride Parade 2015