PrEP drug priced out of most people’s reach

The HIV/AIDS-fighting drug PrEP is being priced out of most patients' reach. Although the drug has been out for several years, the cost has surged in recent times. As quoted in Plus magazine, James Krellenst...

City of Atlanta pledges money to fight HIV/AIDS

The City of Atlanta has designated certain funds will be used in the public crusade against HIV and AIDS. As originally reported by Project Q Atlanta, Keisha Lance Bottoms, the mayor of Atlanta, announced a ...

CDC data says gay men are avoiding HIV tests

Recent data has found that gay men seem to be avoiding HIV tests. This trend leans worse in rural areas. Experts say that a wide-ranging stigma over HIV and AIDS testing is to blame. Investigators for the U....

Jersey Mom criticizes school for HIV question

Parent Janet Mendes is criticizing a New Jersey middle school for allegedly asking sixth-graders if they were HIV positive. According to Mendes, the query was posed before students of Hackensack Middle School w...

Three Atlanta organizations receive HIV/AIDS grants

Elton John is doing good work in Atlanta. Well, to be specific, the foundation bearing his name—the Elton John AIDS Foundation—is giving money to three local organizations. The EJAF is joined by the Elizabet...
Trans Law Center

5 LGBTQ things you need to know today, April 5

1. Voting results suggest that the citizens of Anchorage, Alaska, have rejected the anti-transgender statute Proposition 1. The measure was designed to roll back a civic anti-discrimination ordinance. The propo...
State Rep. Park Cannon and Dr. David Holland

Queer Georgia state representative pushes PrEP bill

Georgia could launch a three-year statewide pilot program to distribute free pre-exposure HIV prophylaxis — or PrEP — to men and women at high risk for infection before 2021, under legislation working its way t...