MSMGF: Good Gays get a Blue Ribbon, Bad Gays Bear their Cross
There are posts more difficult than other to write, not so much because of their subject, but because they are critical of HIV prevention interventions [...]
Delivering effective HIV Prevention in the UK: time to venture into new territories
Written in February 2015, an edited version of this blog was published in the Spring Issue of Baseline magazine. In the UK, 6,000 people were [...]
HIV: Testing ourselves out of the epidemic?
Following the legalisation of HIV home testing in the UK, it will have taken just over a year for the first HIV self-testing kit to [...]
HIV: Don’t Live in Ignorance (Part 2 of 2)
In part 1 I put forward some reflexions triggered by my reading of Lord Fowlers’ new book AIDS Don’t Die of Prejudice and ended with a [...]