16th September 2013
‘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.
10th September 2013
Survey: A quarter of people in the UK disagree with homosexuality, but acceptance continues to rise 69
2:03 PM — The 30th British Social Attitudes survey has been released: Amid the findings is that 1 in 4 people in the UK still disagree with homosexuality, though the overall trend is one of increasing acceptance.
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.
19th July 2013
London: Protest to take place out Cameroonian Embassy in memory of murdered HIV campaigner 3
2:56 PM — A vigil outside the Cameroonian Embassy in London will take place next week in memory of murdered LGBT and HIV campaigner Eric Ohena Lembemb.
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.
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.
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.
28th June 2013
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.
5th June 2013
Tory Lord Fowler: We face an ‘historical battle’ when it comes to HIV global funding 3
3:34 PM — Lord Fowler says the UK faces an “historic battle” when it comes to dealing with the HIV epidemic at an international level.
15th May 2013
Terrence Higgins Trust unveils It Starts With Me HIV campaign video 4
11:05 AM — Terrence Higgins Trust has released a short video clip outlining the science behind It Starts With Me, HIV Prevention England’s new campaign for gay and bisexual men.
13th May 2013
Berkshire: Charity warns of the need to tackle faith-related HIV deaths 8
3:21 PM — Over the past few years there have been several deaths within the Berkshire town of Slough, caused by people not taking their HIV medication and stating that God would cure them, a local HIV charity has found.
11th March 2013
Comment: HIV policy has collapsed and gay men will not escape the legacy 83
10:42 AM — In a comment piece for PinkNews.co.uk, Stuart Home says those in charge of setting and delivering HIV policy are now in danger of presiding over managed decline.
7th March 2013
Lady Gaga fan group claims Madonna has ‘encouraged gay men to have unprotected sex’ 27
1:15 PM — Even though Madonna has always stressed the importance of condoms, a Lady Gaga fan group claims the Material Girl "encouraged gay men to have unprotected sex" during the 1980s.
25th February 2013
Sir Elton John’s son Zachary guest of honour at HIV/AIDS celebrity fundraiser 1
5:50 PM — Sir Elton John and David Furnish welcomed some of Hollywood's biggest names to their 21st Annual Academy Awards Viewing Party last night – but it was the couple’s two-year-old son who was the guest of honour.
1st February 2013
‘Closeted gay’ former New York Mayor Ed Koch dies aged 88 9
4:41 PM — Ed Koch, the outspoken former mayor of New York City, who famously refused to discuss his sexuality with reporters, has died of congestive heart failure aged 88.
21st January 2013
Study: 47% of gay and bisexual men admit to bareback sex 49
11:01 PM — A new survey of gay and bisexual men commissioned in the US shows almost half report having unprotected sex at some point.
14th January 2013
UK survey: Half of people wrongly think you can get HIV from being bitten or spat at 17
1:31 PM — Nearly half of people in the UK still don't understand how HIV is contracted, according to the National AIDS Trust.
10th January 2013
Gay playwright Tony Kushner receives Oscar nomination 1
7:05 PM — Tony Kushner has received an Oscar nomination for Lincoln, his current film about the former US president's life.
4th January 2013
Scientists say HIV therapeutic vaccine can temporarily improve the immune system 11
1:03 PM — Scientists say they are impressed with the results of a therapeutic vaccine that can temporarily enable the immune system to deal more effectively with the HIV virus in infected patients.