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This call comes as new data from a range of antiretroviral (ARV)-based prevention trials provides strong new evidence for how well these prevention options can work.
amfAR has identified four key challenges that must be addressed and overcome in order to realize a cure.
The experimental drug, a protein known as eCD4-IG, blocks infection by keeping the virus from binding to the immune cells that are the virus's target.
A petition to enact a "Leelah's Law" and ban transgender conversion therapy has gathered more than 200,000 virtual signatures in less than 48 hours of its posting to change.org.
The Bernie Michels House is the place where San Diego's GLBT history began. Lambda Archives and SOHO hope to raise enough money to show the government that it should be recognized as a historic site, thus preserving it for future generations.
Alibaba, one of the world’s largest e-commerce companies, is flying 10 couples from its native China to be wed in West Hollywood this summer.
Chuck Chapman responds to a call for jury duty, but refuses to serve as long as the courthouse won’t hold wedding ceremonies for same-sex couples.
A new national poll commissioned to gauge voter attitudes ahead of a Supreme Court ruling on marriage equality shows support for marriage equality continues to expand and that there is virtually no public support for the opponents of marriage equality who have encouraged the public to resist a Supreme Court ruling -- even among voters who oppose marriage equality.
Americans are prepared to accept a U.S. Supreme Court ruling legalizing same-sex marriage, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg said, pointing to what she described as a sweeping change in attitudes toward gays.
On gay marriage, it is all over but the shouting. But there will be some shouting.
The “People’s Brief” campaign allows any American who has read the brief and agrees with its contents to sign on and to show their support for marriage equality directly to the Supreme Court.
“It’s perplexing that Nebraska lawmakers would only want to recognize a same-sex military spouse if they are trying to buy a gun."
Most Italians support same-sex civil unions and quickie divorces, but not gay marriage or adoption, a new survey on a number of social issue by Eurispes pollsters shows.
A coalition of news media and public interest organizations is calling on the U.S. Supreme Court to break from tradition and allow broadcast coverage of the upcoming arguments in the landmark same-sex marriage cases.
The SPLC files a judicial ethics complaint against Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore over his public statements urging the governor and Alabama judges to defy federal law and enforce Alabama’s ban on same-sex marriages.
7% of LGBT Americans oppose marriage equality. How do those figures break down by gays, lesbians and bisexuals?
Syriza is the only Greek parliamentary party to have previously expressed support for same-sex marriage, with new Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras calling for a number of gay rights reforms in the past.
OutServe-SLDN will host the fourth annual Hall of Heroes Leadership Conference March 25-29 in San Diego. Registration is now open.
Findings from several clinical trials show how well drugs meant to treat the AIDS virus can protect people from becoming infected. But the trials also show that finding prevention methods that people will use is just as important as the medications themselves, researchers say.
A Brooklyn man has been arrested in the brutal beating death of transgender woman Islan Nettles in Harlem nearly 2 years ago.
The federal government is supporting a Detroit-area teenager who accuses several schools of discriminating against him because he’s transgender.
A transgender Guatemalan asylum-seeker incarcerated at an all-male facility in Florence has been a victim of sexual assault and ill treatment by guards, activists demonstrating for her release say.