LGBT

Uganda Holds First Pride Parade Since Anti-Gay Law Was Overturned
By August 9, 2014 Read More →

Uganda Holds First Pride Parade Since Anti-Gay Law Was Overturned

A gay pride parade in Uganda has special meaning this year following a decision by one of the country’s courts overturning an extreme anti-gay law that could have landed homosexuals in prison for life.

Charlotte LGBT Center Appoints New Board Members
By August 8, 2014 Read More →

Charlotte LGBT Center Appoints New Board Members

The new board of the LGBT Community Center would really like to thank everyone for their continued support. It is truly our goal to provide the community with the best service we can. In this transitional period we ask you to bear with us as we try improving for the better. The LGBT Community Center […]

Ugandan Court Overturns Anti-Gay Law
By August 1, 2014 Read More →

Ugandan Court Overturns Anti-Gay Law

Uganda’s Constitutional Court has overturned that country’s Anti-Homosexuality Act, which was among the most severe anti-gay laws in the world, saying its passage last December was illegal.

Peter Thatchell urges First Minister of Scotland to condemn Commonwealth homophobia
By July 27, 2014 Read More →

Peter Thatchell urges First Minister of Scotland to condemn Commonwealth homophobia

Peter Thatchell urges First Misnister of Scotland to condemn Commonwealth homophobia We are asking Scotland’s First Minister, Alex Salmond, to express his grave concern at the persecution of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and inter-sex (LGBTI) people in 42 of the 53 Commonwealth member states. We urge him to appeal to all participating countries to adhere […]

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By July 27, 2014 Read More →

AIDS Conference Welcomes Exciting Developments in HIV Treatment, Prevention

Significant strides have been made in recent years toward the treatment and prevention of HIV, the virus that causes AIDS. This year, at the International AIDS Conference, the AIDS community welcomed progress on a new pill that may prevent transmission of the deadly virus.

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By July 27, 2014 Read More →

Washington Gay Rights Activist Positive About Testing

Christian Paige-Bass is positive in attitude and in HIV status. An activist in Washington, D.C.’s gay African-American community, he believes in confronting the HIV/AIDS crisis and related stigma head on, with solid information.

AIDS Conference Mourns the Dead, Debates Setbacks
By July 27, 2014 Read More →

AIDS Conference Mourns the Dead, Debates Setbacks

MELBOURNE – The 20th International AIDS Conference concluded today as the first in its history that remembered not just the 39 million people worldwide who have died of AIDS but also those who lost their lives in the crashed MH17 flight carrying six of its delegates, one of whom was the past president of the […]

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At AIDS Conference, Truvada Prevention Pill Stirs Excitement
By July 24, 2014 Read More →

At AIDS Conference, Truvada Prevention Pill Stirs Excitement

  MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA — Participants in this year’s International AIDS Conference welcomed progress on a new pill that may prevent transmission of the deadly HIV virus – one of the advances that have provoked celebrations as well as debates. By Anita Powell Medical treatment of the virus is big business, generating multibillion-dollar annual revenues. Dr. […]

US Ambassador Calls for LGBT Rights
By July 23, 2014 Read More →

US Ambassador Calls for LGBT Rights

The U.S. ambassador to Australia said it should not be a crime to be a member of the LGBT community. Ambassador John Berry told the 20th international AIDS Conference that the fight against the disease cannot be won by relegating segments of the population to the shadows. By Joe DeCapua Ambassador Berry said the world […]

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Scores Of AIDS Researchers Killed In Downing Of Malaysian Jet
By July 19, 2014 Read More →

Scores Of AIDS Researchers Killed In Downing Of Malaysian Jet

Scores Of AIDS Researchers Killed In Downing Of Malaysian Jet By Nathan James In what is being described as a “stunning loss to the international community”, officials of the 20th International AIDS Conference (IAS), being held next week in Melbourne, Australia, announced today that as many as 108 of their colleagues perished aboard the ill-fated […]

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