This report provides descriptive, unweighted data that can be used to describe HIV infection among MSM and the percentages reporting specific risk behaviors, HIV testing, and participation in prevention programs.
Resource Category: Stigma
Transgender Engagement, Prevention & Care
This PowerPoint Presentation explores best practices for enhancing HIV prevention, care, behavioral health and social services for Transgender individuals of color.
PODCAST: GET YOURSELF A GAY FRIEND
Tony and Derrick hilariously and informatively explores the nuances and importance of having a diverse friend group. The conversation focuses on a study conducted by Penn State which states that, “having a gay friend also increased a person’s likelihood of caring more about the LGBT community and embracing diversity.”
PrEP Campaign: Love Your Brotha
How do you do it in the city of Brotherly love? Condoms and PrEP work to keep you from getting STDs and HIV. PrEP can prevent you from getting HIV when taken daily. Let’s do more to keep each other healthy. Let’s do it with condoms and PrEP.
We need to talk about ‘top privilege’
This article examines the concept of “privilege” associated with being a top – A top is usually a person who penetrates their partner during sexual intercourse. The author artfully draws a correlation between sexual preference, position and stigma among Men who have Sex with Men (MSM).
Men Who Have Sex With Men of Color in the Age of AIDS: The Sociocultural Contexts of Stigma, Marginalization, and Structural Inequalities
Nearly three decades since the onset of AIDS epidemic in the United States (US), men who have sex with men (MSM) have represented a significant disproportionate number of cases of HIV and AIDS – This article examines the social determinants of health for Men who have Sex with Men (MSM) of Color. The author takes a deep dive into the complexities and barriers to accessing and retaining in care within a marginalized population.