Jeremy Corbyn has declared that same-sex sex and relationships education should be introduced in schools.
Workers and employees in the Philippines living with HIV who suffer workplace discrimination often do not seek redress, Human Rights Watch said today.
The New Zealand AIDS Foundation applauds PHARMAC’s decision to become one of the first countries in the world to publicly fund the HIV-prevention drug Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) – meaning those at high risk of HIV have another way to protect themselves.
A European-wide survey of sexual health and practices of men is urgently asking men who have sex with men to complete the latest version of their survey. With a particular focus on those who do not identify as gay or bisexual.
An increase in the number of men diagnosed with cancers in the throat and mouth may be linked with oral sex, a top dentist has warned.
The more older brothers a boy has, the more likely he is to be gay when he grows up – an effect called the “fraternal birth order effect”.
This World AIDS Day, New Zealanders have two reasons to celebrate – a massive scientific discovery and the proposed funding of a revolutionary HIV prevention pill.
November is National Hospice and Palliative Care Month and LGBTQ* scholarly publisher Harrington Park Press is reaching out to make hospice and palliative care providers aware of an important new book, “LGBTQ-Inclusive Hospice And Palliative Care: A Practical Guide To Transforming Professional Practice”.
This morning, Co-President of the LGBTI Intergroup Daniele Viotti MEP got an HIV test in the framework of the European HIV/hepatitis testing week.
Unusual Risks, the medical financial advisers are today announcing the results of their latest HIV Insurance Survey. After contacting all of the major Life Assurance providers in the UK, they can now report that 75%* of insurers are now offering some form of HIV Life Assurance.