D.C.-area organizations with free or low-cost HIV and STI testing
AHF's wellness centers are at the forefront of a fight to destigmatize HIV and offer treatment and healthcare to those in need
Fall Fest is "a neighborhood gathering, block party, back-to-school drive, health fair, and more"
Alexandria, Virginia is experimenting with creative ways to encourage people to get tested for HIV
Grindr and other apps want to make it easier for users to anonymously notify sexual partners should they be diagnosed with an STD
Chase Brexton will continue accepting additional donations online through June 30
This opt-in feature reminds users to get tested and even helps find a clinic
Decision overturns Kenyan High Court ruling justifying the use of forced medical tests to "prove" homosexuality
More than 50 medicines are currently being developed to treat HIV
The D.C. Metro area has a number of places to obtain a free, confidential HIV test -- if you know where to look
Collaborative art installation to benefit Casa Ruby
December 1 The band BETTY is performing a holiday concert at The Hamilton. A portion of ticket sales benefit Whitman-Walker Health. Doors open at 6:30...
Us Helping Us, the HIV-prevention nonprofit that works with black gay and same-gender-loving men recieved good news on Wednesday: The Centers for Diseases Control and Prevention...
One of the cornerstones of HIV prevention and message is ''Know your status, get tested.'' But I want to tell you the hard truth: It's...
The Arlington Gay & Lesbian Alliance (AGLA) will host a community forum Sunday, featuring guest speaker Brian Reach, president of Fairfax Pride. The event will...