HIV stripped bare | Part 2

Meet the 15 HIV-positive men who are standing up to stigmaRead more

Dear HIV-negative men...

69% of the men we surveyed admitted they’ve faced sexual rejection for disclosing their status. It's time to stop HIV stigma.Read more

Why are they naked, again?

Last year we asked a bunch of gay men living with HIV to strip naked for us and be part of our first ever naked issue. Why a naked issue? Well isn’t it the gay law that every gay magazine must have a naked issue? Nah, just kidding. Here’s why...Read more

WATCH: Sadiq Stripped Bare

Last year, Sadiq sat down in front of his camera and decided to tell the whole world (well the whole Facebook world) that he's living with HIV.Read more

My big gay sex problem #151

When it comes to sex and relationships there is no such thing as a stupid question. Here are our answers to some of the things you asked us via the GMFA website.Read more

I am gay sexual liberation...

We are lucky. We’ve got it all. We fought through centuries of sex in the shadows, criminalisation, the blackmailing years. We avoided the fates of Oscar Wilde, Alan Turing and countless other anonymous victims of societal homophobia. Lest we forget.Read more

Coming out of the viral closet is the best thing I’ve ever done

I thought coming out as a 14-year-old boy growing up in Ireland was one of the hardest and bravest things I would ever have to do. However having come out publically as HIV-positive topped it.Read more

Why HIV stigma has kept me virginal

These last few weeks’, the tabloids have been buzzing about a certain high profile celebrity who is HIV-positive. And, by god, the reporting around it was messy.Read more

TRUE LIFE: My mental health illness made me a stronger person

“No matter how much I resisted, my hands were tied and it infected my entire world”Read more

8 lessons for my sexually uneducated teen self

By what I can only assume was an issue with the timetable I ended up having sex education at least three times during my years of education at middle and high school (yes I went to a ‘middle school’).Read more