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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

HIV and the Military

HIV and the Military

For those in the military who are HIV-positive, it hasn’t been the easiest part of their daily routine.

By: George M. Johnson

HIV and the Military

By: George M. Johnson
September 13th
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HIV and the Military

BrilliantBro: Raw Sex Is Good Sex, Too

BrilliantBro: Raw Sex Is Good Sex, Too

Our unwillingness, fear, and social constructs hinder us from expressing our honest and natural desires.

By: Jayce Baron

BrilliantBro: Raw Sex Is Good Sex, Too

By: Jayce Baron
September 12th
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September 12th
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BrilliantBro: Raw Sex Is Good Sex, Too

We’re Failing Our HIV-Positive Prisoners – And, With Them, All African Americans

We’re Failing Our HIV-Positive Prisoners – And, With Them, All African Americans

The spike in HIV among black women may be caused in part by the lack of treatment options for another population: formerly imprisoned persons.

By: George M. Johnson

We’re Failing Our HIV-Positive Prisoners – And, With Them, All African Americans

By: George M. Johnson
September 11th
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September 11th
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We’re Failing Our HIV-Positive Prisoners – And, With Them, All African Americans

Why I Build Upon AIDS Activism’s Past

Why I Build Upon AIDS Activism’s Past

When I think about the past, I think about how many lives were lost that didn’t have to be.

By: George M. Johnson

Why I Build Upon AIDS Activism’s Past

By: George M. Johnson
September 7th
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September 7th
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Why I Build Upon AIDS Activism’s Past

AIDS Service Organization Burnout

AIDS Service Organization Burnout

Working for a CBO or ASO is not something for the weak or faint of heart.

By: George M. Johnson

AIDS Service Organization Burnout

By: George M. Johnson
September 6th
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September 6th
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AIDS Service Organization Burnout

Black, Young and Suicidal: An Epidemic We Must Continue to Bring to Light

Black, Young and Suicidal: An Epidemic We Must Continue to Bring to Light

For Black folks, there has never been a time where we could collectively say that America has been great to us.

By: George M. Johnson

Black, Young and Suicidal: An Epidemic We Must Continue to Bring to Light

By: George M. Johnson
September 1st
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September 1st
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Black, Young and Suicidal: An Epidemic We Must Continue to Bring to Light

PrEP and Pleasure: We Need More Holistic Sexual Health Conversations

PrEP and Pleasure: We Need More Holistic Sexual Health Conversations

Rarely, do we ever discuss the benefits of sexual exploration, climaxing and understanding what's best for our bodies.

By: Preston D. Mitchum

PrEP and Pleasure: We Need More Holistic Sexual Health Conversations

By: Preston D. Mitchum
August 31st
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August 31st
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PrEP and Pleasure: We Need More Holistic Sexual Health Conversations

BrilliantBro: Are Millennials Being Socialized to Accept Cheating?

BrilliantBro: Are Millennials Being Socialized to Accept Cheating?

I believe that cheating is not always necessarily a make or break issue anymore, and is subjective to each and every relationship and situation.

By: Jayce Baron

BrilliantBro: Are Millennials Being Socialized to Accept Cheating?

By: Jayce Baron
August 30th
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August 30th
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BrilliantBro: Are Millennials Being Socialized to Accept Cheating?

I Really Like You… But You’re Positive

I Really Like You… But You’re Positive

I moved to New York three weeks ago with the hopes of fulfilling my dreams and the possibility of striking up love for the first time in my life.

By: George M. Johnson

I Really Like You… But You’re Positive

By: George M. Johnson
August 29th
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August 29th
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I Really Like You… But You’re Positive