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George's LGBTea: “How are you?” - The One Question To Stop Asking If You Really Don’t Care

George's LGBTea: “How are you?” - The One Question To Stop Asking If You Really Don’t Care

Folks are suffering in silence, and we must all do a better job in allowing folks the space to be honest with their responses...

By: George M. Johnson

George's LGBTea: “How are you?” - The One Question To Stop Asking If You Really Don’t Care

By: George M. Johnson
November 10th
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November 10th
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George's LGBTea: “How are you?” - The One Question To Stop Asking If You Really Don’t Care

George's LGBTea: One Year With No White House HIV/AIDS Strategy - A Timeline of Chaos

George's LGBTea: One Year With No White House HIV/AIDS Strategy - A Timeline of Chaos

There are still over 1.1 million people living with HIV in America, with 1 in 7 living with it unknowingly.

By: George M. Johnson

George's LGBTea: One Year With No White House HIV/AIDS Strategy - A Timeline of Chaos

By: George M. Johnson
November 8th
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November 8th
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George's LGBTea: One Year With No White House HIV/AIDS Strategy - A Timeline of Chaos

Study: Patterns of Community Connectedness Among Gay and Bi Men

Study: Patterns of Community Connectedness Among Gay and Bi Men

This study demonstrates the ways gay and bisexual men connect with their communities – either online or offline.

By: Grant Schleifer

Study: Patterns of Community Connectedness Among Gay and Bi Men

By: Grant Schleifer
November 7th
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November 7th
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Study: Patterns of Community Connectedness Among Gay and Bi Men

George's LGBTea: Counting Up Life, When Many Counted Death

George's LGBTea: Counting Up Life, When Many Counted Death

On being “Positive” on my Birthday.

By: George M. Johnson

George's LGBTea: Counting Up Life, When Many Counted Death

By: George M. Johnson
October 31st
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October 31st
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George's LGBTea: Counting Up Life, When Many Counted Death

George's LGBTea: 6 Tips For “Cuffing Season” …and Getting Tested

George's LGBTea: 6 Tips For “Cuffing Season” …and Getting Tested

Before you cuff, check your stuff.

By: George M. Johnson

George's LGBTea: 6 Tips For “Cuffing Season” …and Getting Tested

By: George M. Johnson
October 27th
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October 27th
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George's LGBTea: 6 Tips For “Cuffing Season” …and Getting Tested

Fatigued AF, But Faking Good Health To Fight Anti-Blackness In An Anti-Black World

Fatigued AF, But Faking Good Health To Fight Anti-Blackness In An Anti-Black World

This is an existence that is shared by many who continue to walk the world as wounded warriors, whether they have the HIV virus or not.

By: George M. Johnson

Fatigued AF, But Faking Good Health To Fight Anti-Blackness In An Anti-Black World

By: George M. Johnson
October 17th
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October 17th
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Fatigued AF, But Faking Good Health To Fight Anti-Blackness In An Anti-Black World

Los Angeles LGBT Center PrEP Study for Trans People Needs Volunteers

Los Angeles LGBT Center PrEP Study for Trans People Needs Volunteers

This is the first PrEP study focusing specifically on transgender and gender non-conforming people.

By: Los Angeles LGBT Center

Los Angeles LGBT Center PrEP Study for Trans People Needs Volunteers

By: Los Angeles LGBT Center
October 13th
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October 13th
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Los Angeles LGBT Center PrEP Study for Trans People Needs Volunteers

CDC: Undetectable HIV Cannot Be Transmitted

CDC: Undetectable HIV Cannot Be Transmitted

This announcement is important as we move into the newest stages of the HIV epidemic.

By: George M. Johnson

CDC: Undetectable HIV Cannot Be Transmitted

By: George M. Johnson
October 11th
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October 11th
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CDC: Undetectable HIV Cannot Be Transmitted

The Dangers of Being an HIV “Celebrity”

The Dangers of Being an HIV “Celebrity”

For the past three years, I’ve attended several conferences surrounding the HIV/AIDS epidemic and met a lot of great people along the way. Lined throughout the conferences as advertisements on the elevators are some of the greatest HIV activists and advocates across the country. Posters throughout the lobbies lined with friends and advocates who are the brand ambassadors for some of the largest pharmaceutical companies in the world; all of them banking on fame and money while so many others aren’t sure where their next check will come from, if they can pay rent and eat when they get back, or if they can keep up the façade that HIV commercialization has built them up to be. Sometimes the world of HIV work can seem like
By: George M. Johnson

The Dangers of Being an HIV “Celebrity”

By: George M. Johnson
October 4th
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October 4th
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The Dangers of Being an HIV “Celebrity”

People Still Die From HIV: The Unlearning From Our Privileged Bubble

People Still Die From HIV: The Unlearning From Our Privileged Bubble

...one must take into account those who truly don’t have any access to treatment, education, or even the resources necessary to aid in the fight against the HIV virus.

By: George M. Johnson

People Still Die From HIV: The Unlearning From Our Privileged Bubble

By: George M. Johnson
September 14th
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September 14th
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People Still Die From HIV: The Unlearning From Our Privileged Bubble