Statement by Project Inform on HIV Study & PrEP

A study showing that a daily pill reduces HIV risk in gay men is reason for great hope. US agencies should waste no time in assessing the ability of
Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis to slow the HIV/AIDS epidemic

Data released Nov. 23, 2010, from the iPrEx study concluding that the daily use of an HIV antiretroviral medication can prevent new cases of HIV among gay and bisexual men and trans females represents the most promising development in HIV/AIDS since the introduction of triple combination drug therapy in 1996.

Read more: Project Inform Responds to HIV Study & PrEP


From Military Brute to Vampire Slayer Troy Ruptash

Openly Gay Actor Troy Ruptash is Quickly Becoming One Bad Mamma Jamma on the Silver Screen

by James Villanueva,

It’s a vampire eat vampire world in today’s Hollywood, and openly gay actor Troy Ruptash has, pardon the pun, sunk his teeth into it.

This past fall Ruptash released two movies. In 30 Days of Night: Dark Days, he played Agent Norris, an FBI Agent trying to rid the world of the legions of vampires that have taken over the human race and, along the way, gets to kick some vampirical ass.

Read more: From Military Brute to Vampire Slayer


My T-cells Could Use a FaceliftMark S. King

By Mark S. King

Can I still complain about getting older if I was supposed to be dead twenty years ago?

That’s the dilemma of aging HIV positive guys like me. Feeling victorious over AIDS only takes your self esteem so far; there’s no HIV medication to fight wrinkles.

Read more: My T-cells Could Use a Facelift


Stop the Carnage: Remembering Brandon BitnerBrandon Bitner

Brandon Bitner was buried on Wednesday, November 10. The 14-year-old high school freshman from rural Middleburg, Pennsylvania committed suicide by running into the path of a tractor-trailer. He left a note that he wanted to draw attention to bullying.

Brandon was a talented musician, who aspired to be a classical violinist. According to the note, he was tired of being called “faggot” and “sissy.”

Read more: Stop the Carnage


New Report Shows Lesbians Make Great Parents

A newly published paper finds that none of the 17-year-old daughters and sons of lesbian mothers report having ever been physically or sexually abused by a parent or other caregiver.

This contrasts with 26 percent of American adolescents who report parent or caregiver physical abuse and 8.3 percent who report sexual abuse.

Read more: Lesbians Make Great Parents


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