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Today, November 30, from 12-1 p.m. at the Rhode Island State House, the Rhode Island HIV Prevention Coalition invites all to attend their annual World AIDS Day Rhode Island event.
Boston Pride will co-sponsor, with the University of Massachusetts Boston and other organizations, an exhibit of the AIDS Memorial Quilt at UMass Boston's campus center.
Durex®, a leading global sexual well-being brand has launched a worldwide campaign calling for the creation of the world's first official safe sex condom emojis.
Saturday night was quiet in Boston this past weekend, but not Club Cafe. See who came out for Rush @ Club Cafe.
A new survey by Merck shows that of 66 percent of people living with HIV are more concerned with their other chronic health conditions than their HIV.
Days after the suspect in the Colorado Planned Parenthood fatal shooting was arrested, 2016 GOP presidential candidate Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) offered an alternate theory about the suspect, calling him a "transgendered leftist activist."
On Tuesday, December 1, Bishop Ernest McNear, Philadelphia FIGHT's Office of Faith Initiatives and the Philadelphia FIGHT Faith Advisory Board, will present the Seventh Annual World AIDS Day Prayer Breakfast.
On Tuesday, December 1 (World AIDS Day), the End AIDS NY 2020 Coalition will host the second annual commemoration with a single message: "From Vision to Reality: Together We Can End AIDS by 2020."
In a recent New York Times article, Vermont gay rights activists took issue with Bernie Sanders and his support for the LGBT community. They told the newspaper Sanders "was less than a leader, and not entirely present, on the issue."
A New York-based food blogger who runs The Gay Foodie recently wrote an open letter to his parents, who refused to attend his wedding to his longtime partner in 2013.
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