22nd July 2013
Tributes to murdered HIV and LGBT campaigner ahead of London vigil 3
1:59 PM — Further tributes have been made to Eric Ohena Lembemb, ahead of tomorrow’s west London vigil for the murdered LGBT and HIV Cameroonian campaigner.
19th July 2013
French Government study recommends lifting of blanket gay blood ban 8
12:10 PM — The ban on the donation of blood by men who have sex with men in France should be lifted, according to a new government study.
18th July 2013
UN officials condemn killing of LGBT and HIV campaigner in Cameroon
4:42 PM — The killing of an LGBT rights campaigner in Cameroon has been condemned by the UN’s main HIV/AIDS agency.
US: Bill to lift ban on HIV positive organ donation passes House committee
12:21 AM — A bill which could eventually allow the donation of HIV positive organs to HIV positive recipients has passed the House after having passed the US Senate back in March.
16th July 2013
Sir Nick Partridge to step down as chief executive of Terrence Higgins Trust 38
12:03 PM — Sir Nick Partridge will step down from his role as chief executive of Terrence Higgins Trust in October 2013.
9th July 2013
Terrence Higgins Trust: ‘Very few’ gay men will ever bug chase for HIV 78
11:11 AM — Terrence Higgins Trust says “very few” gay men will ever bug chase for HIV – the charity has commented to PinkNews.co.uk about the subject following a report in a national tabloid.
8th July 2013
National AIDS Trust: New HIV risks for gay men who inject steroids and tanning agents 20
5:53 PM — A significant increase in the number of gay men injecting substances and people injecting image and performance-enhancing drugs could lead to increasing levels of HIV, the National AIDS Trust has warned in a new report.
4th July 2013
UN warns failure of Asian government to abolish anti-gay laws is undermining fight against HIV 2
6:20 PM — UN-AIDS Steven Kraus director has urged governments in Asia to eliminate anti-gay laws that hinder the battle against HIV.
31 years ago today Terry Higgins died from AIDS 51
2:53 PM — Today marks 31 years since the death of Terry Higgins, the first person in the UK to be confirmed to have died with AIDS.
3rd July 2013
Terrence Higgins Trust: Latest bone marrow transplant development ‘by no means a workable’ HIV cure 5
3:07 PM — Two cancer patients have been taken off their HIV medication after bone marrow transplants seemed to clear the virus from their bodies, but campaigners say it is “by no means a workable cure.”
2nd July 2013
Obituary: Michael Brown – a long-standing gay activist 17
5:20 PM — David Solomon pays tribute to gay activist and close friend Michael Brown, who has died at the age of 81.
1st July 2013
World Health Organisation issues new HIV treatment guidelines 5
12:41 PM — The World Health Organisation (WHO) is introducing new guidelines about the treatment of HIV in the developing world.
28th June 2013
Ivan Massow: The gay scene is ‘obsessed’ with destructive drugs and sex leading to HIV 136
5:29 PM — Gay millionaire and prominent Tory supporter Ivan Massow says today’s gay scene seems “obsessed” with “drugs” and “sex” resulting in an empty world of hedonism
Ugandan Bishop calls for end to ‘punishment’ of HIV positive LGBT people 3
2:46 PM — A Bishop from Uganda has warned that LGBT people living with HIV/AIDs face hardship and prejudice because of their identity, leading many to hide their health conditions and forego proper treatment.
24th June 2013
Metro Charity launches ‘Fck Equal’ new HIV campaign 9
4:54 PM — The Metro Centre, the south-east London-based HIV prevention and sexual health charity, has launched a new HIV awareness campaign for gay and bisexual men.
21st June 2013
American Medical Association opposes lifetime ban on gay men donating blood 10
1:52 PM — The ban preventing gay men from donating blood in the US should be lifted – according to the American Medical Association.
20th June 2013
US: HIV and AIDS awareness campaign billboard accused of ‘promoting’ homosexuality 16
4:45 PM — A billboard as part of an HIV and AIDS awareness campaign in the US county of Dallas has been accused by some local residents of "promoting" homosexuality.
Tanzania: Police accused by Human Rights Watch of sexually assaulting LGBT citizens 4
11:33 AM — Human Rights Watch say efforts to reduce HIV infection rates in Tanzania are being undermined by widespread state abuse of sexual minorities.
12th June 2013
Labour’s Clause 20 sex education amendment fails in the Commons 51
12:14 PM — A Labour amendment for mandatory sex and relationship education in schools failed to get the support of enough MPs last night and Children’s Minister Edward Timpson confirmed PSHE would remain a non-statutory subject.
11th June 2013
MPs await Commons debate on sex education amendment 6
3:33 PM — MPs in support of a Labour amendment for more comprehensive sex and relationship education in schools hope they’ll be enough parliamentary time to allow for a debate and vote.