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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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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

New CDC Report Highlighting HIV Among Millennials Gives Good and Bad News

New CDC Report Highlighting HIV Among Millennials Gives Good and Bad News

"Until we normalize HIV testing and remove testing stigma, this will continue to be a problem where many don’t know their status," said Brandon Brown.

By: George M. Johnson

New CDC Report Highlighting HIV Among Millennials Gives Good and Bad News

By: George M. Johnson
March 22nd
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March 22nd
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New CDC Report Highlighting HIV Among Millennials Gives Good and Bad News

George's LGBTea: Fighting HIV Pill Fatigue

George's LGBTea: Fighting HIV Pill Fatigue

I went almost 30 years of my life without having the requirement of taking a pill every day.

By: George M. Johnson

George's LGBTea: Fighting HIV Pill Fatigue

By: George M. Johnson
March 1st
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March 1st
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George's LGBTea: Fighting HIV Pill Fatigue

Remembering Billy Graham - the Homophobe Who Questioned AIDS As Judgment of God

Remembering Billy Graham - the Homophobe Who Questioned AIDS As Judgment of God

It is painful to watch so many people who claim to be advocates of the LGBTQ community be the first to uplift and support a homophobe at his death

By: George M. Johnson

Remembering Billy Graham - the Homophobe Who Questioned AIDS As Judgment of God

By: George M. Johnson
February 22nd
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February 22nd
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Remembering Billy Graham - the Homophobe Who Questioned AIDS As Judgment of God

BrilliantBro: Do We Even Date Anymore?

BrilliantBro: Do We Even Date Anymore?

Jayce Baron questions the very nature of dating in 2018. What constitutes a date? How, or when, do we qualify such an interaction any longer?

By: Jayce Baron

BrilliantBro: Do We Even Date Anymore?

By: Jayce Baron
February 22nd
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February 22nd
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BrilliantBro: Do We Even Date Anymore?

Study: Combination Antiretroviral Therapy Prevents Cognitive Decline

Study: Combination Antiretroviral Therapy Prevents Cognitive Decline

The new study shows that early initiation of cART may minimize neurological deterioration in people living with HIV.

By: Grant Schleifer

Study: Combination Antiretroviral Therapy Prevents Cognitive Decline

By: Grant Schleifer
February 14th
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February 14th
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Study: Combination Antiretroviral Therapy Prevents Cognitive Decline

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

Being A “Face” In the Fight Against the Epidemic: HIV Stops With ME Campaign

Being A “Face” In the Fight Against the Epidemic: HIV Stops With ME Campaign

I often wondered the who, what, and when that went into the selection of folks on promotional materials.

By: George M. Johnson

Being A “Face” In the Fight Against the Epidemic: HIV Stops With ME Campaign

By: George M. Johnson
January 31st
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January 31st
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Being A “Face” In the Fight Against the Epidemic: HIV Stops With ME Campaign