The work to depathologize trans and gender diverse lives is far from complete:
“These men control our stories and yet they have a diminishing connection to their own humanity, and we don’t mind so long as they get to hold on to their precious reputation.”
“I want to tell you something personal to show you how important you are to me and how much you’ve helped me”
The relative acceptance of L.G.B.T.Q. people in Guinea-Bissau stands in contrast to the strict laws and social conventions in neighboring West African countries.
Activist claims non-gendered people are being deprived of their ‘legitimate identity’
“Despite being seen as a haven for LGBTI people, in reality stigma, discrimination and violence towards LGBTI people are still prevalent in every corner of society,”
First Move Toward Equal Marriage Rights in a Post-Communist Country
The Czech government gave its backing on Friday to a bill which would make the country the first in formerly communist Europe to allow same-sex marriage.
Mexico’s soccer federation and at least two of its team’s star players took to social media on Thursday in a renewed campaign to banish a homophobic chant that has been a fixture at the team’s matches for years.
A new Phase I study of the Population Council’s multipurpose prevention technology (MPT) gel PC-1005, launching this week, will examine the safety of the gel when used rectally by both men and women.
A British insurance company says those with an undetectable viral load shouldn’t have to list HIV as a pre-existing medical condition
We now know that if someone living with HIV is on treatment and has suppressed the level of virus in their blood for more than six months, then HIV does not transmit through sex.