The Stars of 'Pose' On Why the Show's Greatest Gift Is Its Happy Endings
Billy Porter, MJ Rodriguez, and Janet Mock reflect on the second season's joy, glamour, and radical hope in an interview with VICE.
Trump’s Plan to Eliminate AIDS Is Missing the Thing That Works Best
Making sure HIV-positive people have health insurance is key to ending the epidemic, yet the GOP is limiting the Medicaid expansion in several states.
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Trump pledged to “defeat AIDS" in his SOTU. He's tried to cut millions from programs that fight it.
Trump pitched HIV prevention funding to Congress — the same body that has rejected his proposed cuts to programs.
This Artist Is Making Work Out of the Literal Blood of LGBTQ People
Jordan Eagles is protesting the FDA's discriminatory blood donation policies.
Danai Gurira Says We Need to 'Re-Engage' the HIV Epidemic in Africa
"Black Panther" star Danai Gurira recently accepted her title as a UN Global Ambassador and spoke about her passion for HIV prevention and education.
Aging, Overlooked, and HIV-Positive
In the 1980s, HIV/AIDS was seen as a disease that only affected gay men. Almost 40 years later, women that lived through a crisis they weren’t considered a part of would like us to remember it—and them.
Truvada May Be Getting Unfairly Blamed for the Spread of STDs
PrEP is great at blocking HIV, but as its use grows, so do fears that people will be more sexually reckless and spread other STDs. But researchers are coming to think that the opposite could be true.
The Heartbreaking Instagram Where People Remember Loved Ones Who Died of AIDS
"Looking at the photos, I felt like the whole world was falling down around me. I had an overwhelming feeling of loss and devastation, and had to go to the bathroom so that no one would see me crying."
I Am HIV-Positive. This Is What It's Like to Date
When writer and activist Juno Roche was diagnosed with HIV in the early 1990s, it felt like being given a death sentence. She explains what it was like to date and find intimacy again while living with HIV.
The Myth That PrEP Is Just For Gay Men is Hurting Women
PrEP has been hailed as a revolutionary drug breakthrough in the prevention of HIV. But UK doctors are still having trouble convincing women it's for them, too.
My Open Letter to Doctors About How to Treat Black and Latinx HIV Patients
New research reinforces the fact that doctors are unable to effectively engage with high-risk communities. Here's why.
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Inside VICE's New Series 'LATIN-X'
The series explores stories from people in the community who struggle to fit into one identity.