As the World Bank announces a landmark research project on the economic costs of homophobia, the Rev. Canon Albert Ogle reflects on what it feels like to be on the first-ever LGBT panel at the world Bank’s Spring Civil Society meetings this week.
New blood donation regulations screening donors based on sexual history rather than sexual orientation have been implemented in Mexico, making it the first country in North America to end its ban on men who have sex with men donating blood.
Many of us who survived the early years of the AIDS epidemic in the USA will reflect on how difficult it was to walk through the cloud of stigma and discrimination as we reflect on World AIDS Day this weekend.
The primary goal of the first phase of m2mPower supported through AIDS United's cooperative agreement with the CDC is to ensure that HIV is a priority for key non-HIV focused organizations serving men who have sex with men (MSM) in the targeted communities of Atlanta and Baltimore.