Theatre Review: The HIV Monologues

Theatre Review: The HIV Monologues

Pat Cash's latest play is stripped back theatre at its finest.
 
Rising STIs mean condoms still have important role to play

Rising STIs mean condoms still have important role to play

This week sees the launch of the new “Do It London” campaign, focusing on safer sex in London. It follows a successful summer drive promoting HIV testing in the capital.
 
An Influential HIV Prevention Campaign is Tackling Rising STIs in London

An Influential HIV Prevention Campaign is Tackling Rising STIs in London

London’s innovative HIV prevention campaign, Do It London, has launched a new winter phase, drawing attention to the sharp rises in sexually transmitted infections in the capital in recent years. The campaign, which spans advertising across the transport network, print press, social media, radio and digital display, encourages Londoners to wrap up this winter by ‘doing it with a condom’.  

 
Positively Fabulous!

Positively Fabulous!

Jason Sutton is the man behind the drag stalwart and much loved scene personality Miss Jason. This week, for the first time, he speaks with Jason Reid openly about living with HIV.


 
Editor’s Letter –  World AIDS Day

Editor’s Letter – World AIDS Day

We must use World AIDS Day as an opportunity to educate people and dismantle preconceptions.

 
THT – it starts with me

THT – it starts with me

Every year, HIV care and prevention charity the Terrence Higgins Trust, encourage people to take part in their It Starts With Me campaign.

 
The THT Reports

The THT Reports

The Terrence Higgins Trust have uncovered some invaluable and intriguing facts about the sex lives of gay men. 

 
PrEP Down

PrEP Down

Following last week’s announcement from the National Health Service that they will not be commissioning the highly-effective HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis medication PrEP, we spoke to three experts on what this decision will mean for the community going forward and what you can do to challenge it.

 
Meet Jacob

Meet Jacob

Standing at just 5 foot 6, diminutive, 22-year old London College of Fashion, UAL student, Jacob Alexander moved audiences to tears at this year’s TEDxUAL talk. Stepping out on stage, in front of whirring cameras, he announced: “I was diagnosed with HIV on my 22nd birthday. My mum was sat next to me when I received the call. I thought of all the people who don’t have support. How can we make the lives of those living with the virus better? HIV needs to make the headlines again.”

 
PEP Talk

PEP Talk

Dylan Jones lays out the basics of taking PEP, and recounts his own experiences on it.