Positive Life NSW Blog Many us who are either recently diagnosed or living longer with HIV, are taking extra off-the-shelf
There’s one thing all PrEP users have in common: they’ve all made the choice to opt in and use it.
By John Gallagher Is conversion therapy no different from fortune telling? One gay conservative seems to think so. In an
This new research on gay men’s preference of position, sex toys and sexual health might surprise you Joe Morgan There’s
The Vice article is a good one from a medical perspective however I feel it really does not touch on
When you look at the major cities of India, many of them now have their own pride parade. In 2018,…
Just as with many other topics, there are opposed views and opinions We will try to present some of these
We can talk about orgasms but we can’t talk about anal cleanliness without getting a bit bashful But the simple
In 1923 the term transsexual was first used to describe persons who felt profound discomfort with their biological sex. Today,
KEY POINTS: Transgender people are 49 times more at risk of living with HIV compared to the general population. Transgender
Originally posted on Queer as Yolk:
Two new films are coming out in 2018, Boy Erased and The Miseducation of Cameron Post,…
by Emen8, May 29, 2018 Are gay and bisexual men happy with their sex lives? And is anybody even asking about it?
High HIV prevalence among men who have sex with men around the world is evidence that prevention strategies are failing
Men who have sex with men (MSM), HIV and AIDS KEY POINTS There are biological, behavioural and legal factors
A team of researchers in Hong Kong has announced an important milestone in their development of a “functional cure” for
GUEST WRITER, PETER MINKOFF, RECOUNTS HIS VERY PERSONAL JOURNEY WITH DEPRESSION AS PART OF OUR MENTAL HEALTH MONTH. There was a
By Gayety Editors We don’t want to bust your balls, but how much do you really know about your testicles?
Summary It is now well known that the use of HIV treatment not only improves the health of people living
There’s nothing wrong with being busy and committed to your job, family, partner or all of the above. What matters
Words by Stuart Haggas | @GetStuart It’s been 35 years since the New York Times reported on a ‘rare cancer