Tag "HIV Awareness"

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Gay Porn Star Donte Thick Faces Backlash For Saying He Won’t Work With HIV-Positive Models Who Are Undetectable

Despite widespread confirmation from the CDC and hundreds of experts, doctors, and researchers around the world that it’s essentially impossible for HIV-positive people with undetectable viral loads to sexually transmit

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Pamela Adie claps back at Reno Omokri with a teachable moment

“Reno Omokri subscribes to an outdated, ignorant, intellectually lazy and simplistic notion that HIV/AIDS is a homosexual disease.” This is basically how LGBT activist, Pamela Adie summed up the education

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WE FOUND LOVE IN A HOPELESS PLACE

I look back on my life since this year started. I can’t say I do not find the view so unreal. It’s like a dream. You know it’s a dream

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A MOMENT IN HELL

I looked up at the clock ticking lazily on the wall separating my room from my sister’s. It was a few minutes past ten and I was set for the

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HEALTH CENTRE: Tops and the Threat Of Sex-Related Infections

Question: “I am a guy who plays top. During sex, I use protection, but not often. Honestly, more often than not, I do not use protection. Life gets in the

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About The Day I Got PrEP-ed

After I made the decision to get PrEP, going to Population Council, the LGBT-friendly clinic close to my workplace to go get the meds became an exercise I found myself

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How do we know HIV Undetectable equals Untransmittable?

Matthew Hodson explains why so many sexual health organizations back the message that those with undetectable viral loads don’t pass on HIV. Have you heard that U = U? It’s

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A Quick Note on HIV Confidentiality (Disclosure of HIV Status)

Sometime in December 2014, President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan signed into law Nigeria’s HIV and AIDS Anti-Discrimination Act. Amongst many other things, the act clearly stipulates the rights and responsibilities of

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HIV Awareness and Nigeria’s Irresponsibility to the LGBTIQ Community

According to Dr. Sani Aliyu of the National Agency for the Control of AIDS (NACA), 900,000 Nigerians are on HIV treatment, with a majority of the funding for these treatments

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Kenyan gay inmates in need of condoms to curb HIV infections

Despite the subject of homosexuality being taboo in Kenya, as it is in most African countries, but practice of men sleeping with men is rife in the country, especially in