16th September 2013
Behind the Candelabra wins 8 awards at the Creative Arts Emmys 2
4:00 PM — Behind the Candelabra, the film about iconic gay pianist Liberace, has won eight awards at the Creative Arts Emmys - but will it win more at the main Emmys this weekend?
‘The Man Who Couldn’t Catch HIV’ dies of suicide at 66 20
12:57 PM — Stephen Crohn, previously dubbed “The Man Who Can't Catch AIDS” because of his resistance to HIV, has committed suicide.
12th September 2013
Strain of HIV virus found in monkeys is cleared by vaccine 6
1:50 PM — A vaccine designed to tackle SIV, the monkey equivalent of HIV, may have successfully cleared the virus from infected animals, paving the way for research into a HIV vaccine for humans.
9th September 2013
London HIV charity marks 25 years of nutrition services for people living with HIV 2
1:23 PM — London HIV charity The Food Chain is marking 25 years of nutrition services for people living with HIV with a 25km walk.
30th August 2013
Video: Anderson Cooper slams televangelist who said gay men use special rings to infect people with HIV 7
6:19 PM — Openly gay television host Anderson Cooper, has used a segment of his CNN programme to criticise a televangelist who claimed that gay men in San Francisco were purposely spreading HIV using special rings.
Comment: I had unprotected sex and went for PEP, but am shocked by the lack of awareness of it 38
5:32 PM — Writing for PinkNews.co.uk Daniel Carter, reflects on being part-way into a month long course of PEP - Post-Exposure Prophylaxis - and expresses concern at the lack of awareness, particularly within the gay community, of PEP as an option for those possibly exposed to HIV.
Prime Minister of country that imprisons gays for 10 years calls for public to “be light” on gays 10
5:02 PM — The Prime Minister of St Kitts and Nevis, Denzil Douglas has called for an increased tolerance of LGBT people in order to help tackle HIV.
25th August 2013
Nepal: Government excludes gay community from HIV meeting 1
1:28 PM — Nepal’s interim government has been criticised for ignoring the country's gay community and misusing funds after it sent only three officials to a HIV conference in Bangkok.
23rd August 2013
US: Porn production halted as actor tests HIV positive just days after ban on bareback filming upheld 23
6:04 PM — The making of porn films has been halted in Los Angeles County, just days after a judge upheld a ban on the filming of bareback porn in the county, because an actor has tested positive for HIV.
19th August 2013
Mirror columnist Carole Malone criticised for her ‘ignorant’ views on HIV positive NHS staff 16
2:09 PM — Medical experts including Doctor Christian Jessen have criticised journalist and broadcaster Carole Malone for suggesting the public have a right to know the HIV status of a doctor.
Mirror columnist Carole Malone: ‘Patients should know if their doctor is HIV positive’ 88
10:44 AM — Sunday Mirror columnist Carole Malone has criticised a decision to lift the ban preventing HIV health care staff from performing certain medical procedures.
15th August 2013
Ban on HIV positive health care staff to be lifted 9
10:47 AM — The ban preventing HIV positive surgeons, dentists and other health care staff from performing certain medical procedures is to be scrapped.
14th August 2013
South London: Gay men to be offered free HIV home sampling kits when returning home from clubs 41
11:39 AM — Gay and bisexual men heading home from a night out in south London are for the first time to be offered free home sampling kits to find out their HIV status.
12th August 2013
UK: Sexual health charities welcome legalisation of HIV self-testing kits 9
3:24 PM — Terrence Higgins Trust and the National AIDS Trust have both welcomed the Department of Health’s announcement that the sale of HIV self-testing kits is to be made legal.
6th August 2013
Australian activists criticise draft sex education curriculum for failing to mention anti-gay bullying and HIV 5
4:01 PM — A draft national curriculum which fails to include information on challenging homophobic bullying and sexually transmitted infections has been criticised by campaigners in Australia.
US: Over 80 lawmakers call on Obama administration to end gay blood donation ban 8
1:07 AM — More than 80 US congressional members on Monday called on the Obama administration to end the ban on gay men being allowed to give blood, calling it outdated.
5th August 2013
US Senator Elizabeth Warren: I learnt about the gay blood ban through the Boston bombing 4
3:03 PM — US Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren has urged for America to allow gay and bisexual men to donate blood and says she only learnt of the ban in the aftermath of this year's Boston bombing.
2nd August 2013
Feature: Get on your bike for the London to Brighton Cycle in aid of Terrence Higgins Trust 8
5:39 PM — Fancy a challenge this autumn? Get on your bike and sign up for the London to Brighton Cycle in aid of Terrence Higgins Trust.
31st July 2013
US: ‘Ex-gay’ group claims ‘gay cure’ therapy awareness could have prevented AIDS epidemic 27
11:21 PM — Advocates of the controversial practice of ‘ex-gay’ therapy have claimed that it could have saved gay men from the AIDS epidemic, if more gay men had undergone the therapy.
25th July 2013
Terrence Higgins Trust: HIV prevention work in London needs to focus more on the link between drugs and sex 27
1:22 PM — Commenting on today's HIV research in The Lancet, Terrence Higgins Trust has urged "for a greater focus" in London on helping gay men who are encountering difficulties with drugs and safer sex.