Mark S. King covers every angle in ‘My Fabulous Disease: Chronicles of a Gay Survivor’ By POZ Staff Writer and long-term HIV survivor Mark S. King has never shied away
By Juan Michael Porter II We should fight for the rights of transgender people because it is the right thing to do and because trans rights, like Black rights, queer
A new organization addresses the needs of people living with HIV and long Covid By Sarah Hamilton JD Davids has long played an important and visible role in the HIV
By Neal Broverman “What do you like about your body?” That’s typically one of the first questions that therapist, life coach, author, PrEP promoter, and longtime HIV activist Damon L.
By Charles Sanchez A couple of years ago, a friend of mine called me a deadbeat. Not directly, but she worked at the time for a city health insurance company,
In this essay, Tom Perrault recounts his journey toward hopefully controlling HIV without medication By Tom Perrault “Oh, I have a study that you’re going to join,” my doctor, Lisa
By Jeff Berry By now we’ve all heard the statistics: 50% of people living with HIV (PLWH) are over the age of 50, and by 2030 it will be 70%.
IAPAC president and CEO José M. Zuniga reflects on the current humanitarian crisis in Ukraine and how you can help By Jienna Foster Over the past four weeks, Ukraine has
By Bridgette Picou As a woman, I know what it feels like to be invisible. As a Black woman, that feeling is sometimes intensified. It gets juxtaposed with occasionally being the
| There’s a new charitable angel, and his name is Fred By Christopher Barrett Politan This World AIDS Day, as we continued to fight the COVID-19 pandemic, a historic gift