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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

It’s Black Pride: Testing, Sex, Disclosure, and Having Fun

It’s Black Pride: Testing, Sex, Disclosure, and Having Fun

It’s Memorial Day weekend, which means thousands of Black Queer people will be heading to the nation’s capital Black Pride.

By: George M. Johnson

It’s Black Pride: Testing, Sex, Disclosure, and Having Fun

By: George M. Johnson
May 25th
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May 25th
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It’s Black Pride: Testing, Sex, Disclosure, and Having Fun

Hooking Up At Black Pride and How To Stay Safe

Hooking Up At Black Pride and How To Stay Safe

Black Pride is an amazing event that happens every year, bringing tens of thousands of Black Queer people together to celebrate all that we are.

By: George M. Johnson

Hooking Up At Black Pride and How To Stay Safe

By: George M. Johnson
May 25th
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May 25th
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Hooking Up At Black Pride and How To Stay Safe

U=U: The New Normal

U=U: The New Normal

How a statement from the CDC would finally change the narrative around fears for those who thought they were at risk from contracting HIV.

By: George M. Johnson

U=U: The New Normal

By: George M. Johnson
May 23rd
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May 23rd
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U=U: The New Normal

Learning I Wasn’t Transgender

Learning I Wasn’t Transgender

It has taken me thirty two years of life to grasp my identity as a Black Queer man...

By: George M. Johnson

Learning I Wasn’t Transgender

By: George M. Johnson
May 7th
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May 7th
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Learning I Wasn’t Transgender

Remembering Essex Hemphill

Remembering Essex Hemphill

“The Black homosexual is hard pressed to gain audience among his heterosexual brothers..." - Essex Hemphill

By: George M. Johnson

Remembering Essex Hemphill

By: George M. Johnson
March 21st
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March 21st
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Remembering Essex Hemphill

Seasons of Risk: Why Gay and Bisexual Men Quit Taking PrEP

Seasons of Risk: Why Gay and Bisexual Men Quit Taking PrEP

A new study reveals the various reasons why gay and bisexual men stop taking PrEP.

By: Grant Schleifer

Seasons of Risk: Why Gay and Bisexual Men Quit Taking PrEP

By: Grant Schleifer
February 20th
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February 20th
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Seasons of Risk: Why Gay and Bisexual Men Quit Taking PrEP

Not Suicide, Then Homicide. Not Homicide, Then Homeless. Not Homeless, Then HIV: On Being Black and LGBTQ

Not Suicide, Then Homicide. Not Homicide, Then Homeless. Not Homeless, Then HIV: On Being Black and LGBTQ

George M. Johnson takes us through the tragic journey of so many young black LGBTQ people whose lives were cut very, very short.

By: George M. Johnson

Not Suicide, Then Homicide. Not Homicide, Then Homeless. Not Homeless, Then HIV: On Being Black and LGBTQ

By: George M. Johnson
February 12th
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February 12th
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Not Suicide, Then Homicide. Not Homicide, Then Homeless. Not Homeless, Then HIV: On Being Black and LGBTQ

George's LGBTea: National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

George's LGBTea: National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

HIV is still a very tough topic to discuss in many black households. The virus that has taken millions of lives has left a scar on the community.

By: George M. Johnson

George's LGBTea: National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

By: George M. Johnson
February 7th
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February 7th
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George's LGBTea: National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day