Shocking Report Doctors Using Drugs to Prevent Lesbian Intersex Children
August 05 2012 11:44 AM ET

Shocking Report: Doctors Target Tomboy Babies with Off-Label Drugs

Diane Anderson-Minshall

A new report details the dangerous experiementation that's been going on in fetal engineering, in which doctors are using a synthetic steroid off-label to prevent lesbian, bisexual, intersex, and tomboy babies.

Canadian University Conducts First Nationwide Study of LGBT Cancer Experience
August 03 2012 8:43 PM ET

Canadian University Conducts First Nationwide Study of LGBT Cancer Experience

Trudy Ring

University of British Columbia researchers are focusing on breast and gynecological cancers.

New Study Finds Significant Number of People Are Afraid to Get Tested for HIV
July 28 2012 12:49 PM ET

Study: HIV Criminalization Hampers Testing

Neal Broverman

A new study of 2,000 people with HIV found that 25% of respondents say they know someone who won't get tested for HIV because they fear they will be prosecuted if they test positive.

Smash Star Debra Messing Talks to The Advocate About Her African Mission to End AIDS
July 27 2012 5:00 AM ET

Debra Messing's Next Role: HIV Warrior

Neal Broverman

There's more to this star than her memorable roles in Will & Grace and Smash.

A Pool Party With a Purpose
July 18 2012 5:56 PM ET

A Pool Party With a Purpose Editors

In this pool party with a purpose held in Los Angeles last weekend, with its "power up" tagline, the Impulse Group raised money and awareness to promote safe sex.The event was sponsored by and HIV Plus magazine — our sister publications. It included DJ DrewG for music, the amazing guacamole from Rosa Mexicana, a snow cone cart manned by Andrew Christian underwear models, and a dunk tank filled with even more models. Drinks were courtesy of Stoli. But all the proceeds from the event went to the AIDS Healthcare Foundation. Check out the advertising campaign and photos from the event on the following pages.

Study Shows That HIV Criminalization May Discourage Testing
July 18 2012 5:00 AM ET

Study: Some Skip HIV Testing for Fear of Jail

Todd Heywood

After a series of high-profile criminal prosecutions of people who failed to disclose they are HIV-positive, some might hope not knowing their status protects them from jail time.

What a Concrete Hero Looks Like
July 16 2012 5:05 PM ET

What a Concrete Hero Looks Like Editors

The first-ever Concrete Hero obstacle course this weekend included more than 1,000 participants and raised over $400,000 for AIDS Project Los Angeles. What's Concrete Hero? Check out these photos and see for yourself.

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