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"POSE" Continues to Break Ground

"POSE" Continues to Break Ground

Trans women of color writing for trans women of color: what a time to be alive!

By: Ashley Innes

"POSE" Continues to Break Ground

By: Ashley Innes
June 27th
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June 27th
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"POSE" Continues to Break Ground

Feeding Stigma: Ending the Ignorance Of Attaching HIV To Hypersexuality

Feeding Stigma: Ending the Ignorance Of Attaching HIV To Hypersexuality

Stop spreading the sexual deviance rumors as a way to make yourself feel better about your sex practices.

By: George M. Johnson

Feeding Stigma: Ending the Ignorance Of Attaching HIV To Hypersexuality

By: George M. Johnson
June 21st
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June 21st
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Feeding Stigma: Ending the Ignorance Of Attaching HIV To Hypersexuality

Emmy Award-Winning Actress Jackée Harry Sheds Light On HIV As Issue For Cis & Trans Women of Color

Emmy Award-Winning Actress Jackée Harry Sheds Light On HIV As Issue For Cis & Trans Women of Color

What Harry did was stand in her truth and use her platform to educate people on the importance of PrEP and how the HIV epidemic is still in our community.

By: George M. Johnson

Emmy Award-Winning Actress Jackée Harry Sheds Light On HIV As Issue For Cis & Trans Women of Color

By: George M. Johnson
June 19th
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June 19th
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Emmy Award-Winning Actress Jackée Harry Sheds Light On HIV As Issue For Cis & Trans Women of Color

Strike A "POSE"

Strike A "POSE"

“Pose” is groundbreaking on so many levels. For one, the show features the largest Black and Latinx LGBTQ cast ever.

By: Ashley Innes

Strike A "POSE"

By: Ashley Innes
June 7th
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June 7th
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Strike A "POSE"

New FX Show “POSE” Touches on the HIV Epidemic

New FX Show “POSE” Touches on the HIV Epidemic

The show is a first of its kind, with a primarily black and queer cast—specifically several transgender actors and writers and producers.

By: George M. Johnson

New FX Show “POSE” Touches on the HIV Epidemic

By: George M. Johnson
June 7th
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June 7th
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New FX Show “POSE” Touches on the HIV Epidemic

Barriers to PrEP Within the Black Community

Barriers to PrEP Within the Black Community

There are various barriers to the prophylaxis treatment that prevents HIV, and here is a list of four.

By: George M. Johnson

Barriers to PrEP Within the Black Community

By: George M. Johnson
May 9th
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May 9th
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Barriers to PrEP Within the Black Community

Transgender People Are Getting Lost In The Sexual Health Conversation

Transgender People Are Getting Lost In The Sexual Health Conversation

We continuously miss the opportunity to properly support transgender people when we let days specific to them come and go without much ever said.

By: George M. Johnson

Transgender People Are Getting Lost In The Sexual Health Conversation

By: George M. Johnson
April 30th
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April 30th
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Transgender People Are Getting Lost In The Sexual Health Conversation

George's LGBTea: Is the Outbreak In Milwaukee A Sign Of Times To Come?

George's LGBTea: Is the Outbreak In Milwaukee A Sign Of Times To Come?

In the city, 125 people have tested positive for HIV and/or syphilis, including three babies born with syphilis over the past year.

By: George M. Johnson

George's LGBTea: Is the Outbreak In Milwaukee A Sign Of Times To Come?

By: George M. Johnson
April 3rd
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April 3rd
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George's LGBTea: Is the Outbreak In Milwaukee A Sign Of Times To Come?

Opinion: For Black Women, HIV Is Still An Epidemic - One We Must Address

Opinion: For Black Women, HIV Is Still An Epidemic - One We Must Address

“HIV is a gay man’s disease.” If I have heard it once, I’ve heard it a hundred times.

By: George M. Johnson

Opinion: For Black Women, HIV Is Still An Epidemic - One We Must Address

By: George M. Johnson
March 26th
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March 26th
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Opinion: For Black Women, HIV Is Still An Epidemic - One We Must Address