Homophobic Vine Video Goes Viral
HIV Equal schools Nash Grier on the virus.
The Long View
Mathematical models can help us better understand HIV transmission risks.
Aundaray Guess on the need for asking seniors to sit at the HIV/AIDS table.
Bridging the Viral Divide
Mark S. King credits a friend with being the right friend at the right time.
Walter Armstrong on what AIDS and meth has taught a new generation of gay men.
Turning Loss Into Action
Nancy Harrington reflects on the suicide of her gay, HIV-positive son in a new documentary.
The state high court reverses conviction of an Iowa man with HIV sentenced to 25 years in prison.
Morgan Molthrop comes out about his bipolar disorder, addiction and HIV.
An Aging Pandemic
Katja Heinemann on why she continues her collaboration at the 20th International AIDS Conference.
Kyle Bella begins the next step of his HIV/AIDS history project.
Just Do It
Shawn and Gwenn make a video to show how easy it is to get an HIV test.
June 27 is National HIV Testing Day, which was first observed in 1995.
POZ editor-in-large Benjamin Ryan dances for Broadway Bares XXIV.
Safer Sex Banned
Melissa White seeks your support for a petition against Twitter prohibiting condom ads.
The July/August 2014 takes action against stigma and discrimination.
Submit your nomination for the 2014 POZ 100 today!
Want a Youth Movement?
Amirah Sequeira of the Student Global AIDS Campaign urges investment in organizing.
A Haven for
Jawanza Williams shares how his program for HIV-positive youth fights stigma.
Paul Semugoma on why he continues to fight for LGBTs and HIV-positive people in Africa.
Our Own Day
National HIV/AIDS Long-Term Survivors Awareness Day launches June 5.
Witness to a Lost History
Cecilia Aldarondo excavates the forgotten past of her uncle, his long-lost partner, and AIDS.