Putting LGBTI people at the core of services means meaningfully engaging their community-based organizations and networks. LGBTI communities should be involved in the design, implementation, and evaluation of health services. LGBTI communities are also best-positioned to hold service providers and policy makers accountable to their needs
The reality-show star says he’s living with H.I.V., and speaks about being an addict and a sexual abuse survivor.
For transgender sex workers in the District, everything seems to be escalating.
On the inauguration of Sex Worker Pride, the Global Network of Sex Work Projects (NSWP) joins the Global Network of People Living with HIV (GNP+) and the International Community of Women Living with HIV (ICW) in announcing our full and unwavering support for HIV2020,
This virtual consultation aims to:
Elicit a broad range of perspectives and experiences relevant to the construction of summary measures of HIV-related stigma and discrimination. Inform the development of measure(s) of HIV-related stigma and discrimination that reflect the experiences and realities of people living with and affected by HIV.
Authors recommend a systematic implementation of peer educator as an implementation strategy to improve and optimize the utilization and acceptance of FSWs to female condoms.
Sometimes it is best to go where everyone does not know your name, but where you feel welcome just the same.
Researchers from the National University of Singapore (NUS) estimate that 210,000 men here have sex with other men, and they could face a concentrated epidemic of the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV).
“If I want to see the change, I need to be the change,”
Trans women in Brazil are helping to rescue others forced into sex trafficking from their pimps
Ashanti Carmon was about 16 years old when she first stood out on K Street in the nation’s capital to look for sex work. Rejected by her family for her identity as a transgender woman, she was homeless and desperate.
Kuchu Times Media Group, a Ugandan LGBT media advocacy enterprise, has launched the fourth edition of its powerful queer-themed “Bombastic” magazine.