Tag Archives: safer-sex

Men on PrEP; in Their Own Words

The Advocate magazine interviewed six men who are taking PrEP (Pre-exposure Prophylaxis) as a HIV infection preventative. The men interviewed are single, coupled and serodiscordant couples (one HIV positive; the other negative). All discuss what made them decide to take … Continue reading

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HIV Prevention PSAs From CDC Inclusive of Relationship and Sex Partners

Joe Jervis, blogger at Joe. My. God., highlights several new Public Service Announcements (PSA) from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on ways to start talking about HIV prevention with your partners. What I like about the below … Continue reading

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Sounds Like…Abstinence Only; The Gay Community and the Truvada Conversation

ABC News via the Associated Press is reporting on the gay communities divide over the use of Truvada, which has been shown to help reduce new HIV infections: Truvada, produced by California-based Gilead Sciences, has been around for a decade, … Continue reading

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Logo TV’s New Sexy, Inclusive Safe-Sex Ad Campaign

Logo TV has teamed up with Gilead, a “research-based biopharmaceutical company”, for a public service announcement (PSA) website called ‘Real Men Revealed.’ The site features men talking about being up-front in discussion of safe-sex and HIV status; a series of … Continue reading

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Are Casual HIV Testing, Education Attitudes Contribute to Higher Infections?

The last HIV test that I had with my doctor the results were provided to me like so: Results come back in about a week. If you don’t hear from us within 10 days, then you don’t have to worry. … Continue reading

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PSA Covers the Importance of Condom Use. But What About Barebacking?

Here’s a public service announcement that will get your attention. Two hotties; one HIV positive, one not, flirt; get it on at the office; and make a budding relationship. You may not want to watch this at your own office … Continue reading

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