Archive for May 2011
PEPFAR, the 48-billion dollar US international AIDS effort, has released guidance on reaching gay and bisexual men, and it may have the effect of tamping down government homophobia in developing countries.
A new study shows that the type of relationship that gay and bisexual men seek online may determine whether they will practice safe sex.
As search and rescue teams continue to find victims of Sunday’s deadly tornado in Joplin, Missouri, many of the town’s LGBT residents are still missing. The twister destroyed several buildings in its path, including the local gay-affirming church.
Gay rights advocates are urging online travel company Orbitz to abandon its advertising on Fox News because of the network’s anti-gay content.
A new UK study has found that female-to-male transgender people have a higher than average number of autistic traits. That means they tend to exhibit “male-typical interests,” usually shy away from socializing and choose NOT to rely on their emotions.
Researchers in Maryland say they’ve figured out why young black men who have sex with men are about FIVE TIMES more likely to contract HIV than MSM’s of other races. They attribute it to their strong tendency to seek out extra-macho partners.
A transgender professor at a small Oklahoma college has been denied tenure by the school’s administration. But university officials continue to ignore faculty appeals to change their minds.