In her documentary short, first-time filmmaker Asha Molok looks at the experience of Black women living with HIV
Would someone admitting they have COVID-19 experience the same stigma and shame that often still accompanies a person when they disclose that they have HIV?
‘We declare that research on transgender people must benefit transgender people’
Addressing HIV demands more than scholarship. All HIV researchers need to be scholar-activists
New Magic Johnson docuseries premieres April 22 on Apple TV streaming service
The accomplished actor talks about her new memoir, and how there are gifts in chaos
Positively Aware hosts an online celebration of resilience told through pictures
There are some days when I embrace the work, my activism, and keeping up with the latest about HIV/AIDS. And there are other days when I want to forget about it all and just escape. Because no matter what I do it never seems like it's enough, or that I could somehow be doing it better, or that maybe I waited too long to decide to act.
An exhibit of works by European artists living with HIV opens in Paris
Action must be taken to defend rights of people living with HIV
Groundbreaking ceremony for the AIDS Garden, a memorial at the original site of the Belmont Rocks, a popular gathering spot from the 1960s–1990s for Chicago’s LGBTQ community
Anne Aslett talks about the effects of HIV stigma, and the work the Elton John AIDS Foundation is doing to fight it
‘Growing up poz’ is just one aspect of this young Black queer long-term survivor’s journey
A therapist and long-term survivor surveys the intersections of addiction, isolation, COVID-19, and aging with HIV
A clinical psychologist examines the physical effects of discrimination and other traumas
Two transgender activists of color share how they support their communities—and themselves
What’s been the most unexpected experience or encounter you’ve had in your journey with HIV?
There is not a job in the world that a person living with HIV cannot safely perform
It’s a new day for people living with HIV in America
So HOW IN THE HELL do we talk about sex and pleasure now?
Former Positively Aware associate editor Keith R. Green, PhD, MSW notes that while much in the world of HIV/AIDS has changed since an editor’s passing, a lot has not
Research on women points to the importance of safety nets for everyone
Pregnancy and dolutegravir; AIDS Quilt finds a new home; survey on women living with HIV; and more
Addressing HIV in the rural South
Some things to think about when addressing your emotional and mental health
FDA approves Descovy for PrEP; Delstrigo and Pifeltro approved for switch treatment; Bictegravir, dolutegravir and Tybost for children; and more.
Why one person living with HIV takes part in a groundbreaking anti-stigma campaign
Biktarvy and antacids. Descovy FDA hearing. Updated guidelines for transgender individuals. Biktarvy and kids. PrEP4Love. Michael Johnson freed.
HIV community key to social justice within LGBT community
The line between religion and spirituality can be difficult to navigate
Two activists discuss decriminalization efforts in Mexico and the U.S.
A doctor who works with people with HIV who are incarcerated looks at two cases
Having experienced his own ordeal, activist Robert Suttle adamantly believes we are destined to win
AIDSWatch, the annual meeting between HIV community activists and national lawmakers on Capitol Hill, as seen through the eyes of a first-time participant
On September 22, 2017, hundreds of people captured a moment of their lives and shared their stories.
Why Safe Consumption Spaces for people who use drugs would benefit society.
People on treatment with an undetectable viral load do not transmit HIV—here's how.
Our anti-stigma campaign portrays 24 hours in the lives of people around the world affected by HIV. A selection of the images—and lives—shared on September 22, 2016.
HIV is Not a Crime II Training Academy May 17 – 20, in Huntsville, Alabama
Caring about HIV criminalization