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The MOBILISE! Survey Posted on May 26, 2016
The MOBILISE! Survey is an online questionnaire aimed at giving us a picture of the current situation in Montreal when you try to make use of prevention services such as testing and PrEP or to other sexual health services. MOBILISE! brings together a diversity of men who are gay, bisexual, queer, straight, cis and trans, … Continue reading The MOBILISE! Survey
Digitizing Gayblevision Posted on May 25, 2016
Gayblevision is Canada’s first gay and lesbian television program and broadcast one of the first people to speak out and identify themselves as HIV positive.   http://vancouversun.com/entertainment/local-arts/art-seen-digitizing-gayblevision-programs-recovers-gay-and-lesbian-histories-from-the-1980s  
Los Frikis: The Cuban Punk Kids Who Gave Themselves HIV as an Act of Rebellion Posted on May 25, 2016
Interview with Radiolab, the co-producers of a fascinating radio show about Cuban punks who deliberately injected themselves with HIV as a form of resistance to the Castro government (link to the radioshow included in the article).   http://remezcla.com/features/culture/los-frikis-cuba-hiv-radiolab-radio-ambulante/
10 Things I Learned From the Older Generation of Gay Men Posted on February 24, 2016
“Since I’ve started dating men and becoming more involved in the queer community in Boston, I’ve met more older gay men. And when I say older, I mean at least double my age. I’ve started hanging out with them more and becoming close friends with them. In the time I’ve spent with them, I learned … Continue reading 10 Things I Learned From the Older Generation of Gay Men
Price of Intimacy : The Time I Hired a Sex Worker Posted on February 11, 2016
“I’d never considered the price of intimacy until I hired a sex worker. Though I’d been learning to embrace my life in a wheelchair—a result of cerebral palsy—going without touch, or even access to my own body, was taking a toll” -A. Gurza http://www.out.com/lifestyle/2016/2/09/price-intimacy-time-i-hired-sex-worker  
We Know All We Need To Know To End The HIV Epidemic. Here’s Why It Continues. Posted on February 11, 2016
“HIV is more treatable and more preventable than ever before, but public perception of the virus is not keeping up. In fact, some advocates argue that because people living with HIV are less visible — because they’re leading healthy, functional lives like everybody else — stigma against people living with HIV is actually as problematic … Continue reading We Know All We Need To Know To End The HIV Epidemic. Here’s Why It Continues.
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