Gilead Sciences and Liquid Productions, working with a number of HIV activists, has created a film called ‘My HIV… My Rules’. We sent our friend, Jason Alvey, to go and see what it was all about.
This week my partner and I attended the premiere of the documentary ‘PROUD and PrEPared’- a look at PReP and the PROUD study in the UK…
On January 21st 2015, the Channel 4 soap opera Hollyoaks began an HIV storyline when regular character Ste Hay (McQueen) was diagnosed as having the virus after a one-night stand of bareback sex with a university student.
From A Burning House, published in 1996, is a collection of short stories, fragments, poems and drama written by gay and bisexual men living with HIV/AIDS as part of The AIDS Project Los Angeles (APLA) Writers Workshop…
‘Chaser’ is a short movie by New York filmmaker Sal Bardo that subtly exposes the nature of the thinking behind bug chasing. A review by Hamish.
Shaun Kitchener’s latest play, Positive, portrays the life of Benji – a young gay man dealing with HIV. “If Britney can get through 2007, then I can get through today.”
‘Body Counts’ is memoir, but with one hell of a slice of history. The history of HIV in America seen through eyes of the author. Details aren’t spared.
It’s way past time that a history of HIV were compiled from the memories of those who know it best: the long term survivors. Unfortunately this book is not it.
As a nurse working with people with HIV, one of the most common questions we get asked is about interactions with your meds but now there’s an app for that.