We surveyed 750 gay and bisexual men living with HIV about stigma. Here are the results...
"I want to be a ‘slut’. There, I said it."
I remember the first time I wore the red ribbon for World AIDs Day and how uncomfortable and self-conscious I felt.
Camp men paved the way for the gay movement a few decades ago, yet today we are being pushed aside, in favour of macho men with toned muscles.
The first time someone told me that they had HIV, they knew that they didn’t have long to live. We hugged and talked until the early hours. By the next year they were gone.
It’s 2016, but gay men living with HIV still have to endure HIV stigma.
In 2015, over 3,320 gay men were diagnosed HIV-positive in the UK.
Are you ready to come out?
The FS crash course to sexual orientation.
Coming Out is the term used by lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT+) people to describe their experience of discovery, self-acceptance, openness and honesty about their LGBT identity and their decision to disclose, i.e. to share this with others when and how they choose.
When reconciling being gay with faith all I can say is this: I read the Qur’an and the Bible when I was trying to come to terms with my sexual orientation 24 years ago