Tyler Curry

Read the latest news about Tyler Curry, a gay activist and the creator of the Needle Prick Project, which is an editorial and visual campaign to elicit a candid and open conversation on what it means to be HIV-positive today. Tyler Curry frequently writes op-eds for The Advocate, in which he discusses the myriad issues related to the gay and positive communities. Find out more about this advocate and columnist, as well as other allies of the LGBT movement toward equality.
5 Tips on Dating and HIV Disclosure

5 Tips on Dating and HIV Disclosure

Dating is hard. Disclosing your HIV status doesn't have to be.

10 Gay Men in Their 30s Give Advice to Their 20-Something Selves

10 Gay Men Give Advice to Their 20-Something Selves

This is the first of a three-part series intended to address the topics of age, personal growth, and the awesomeness of wrinkles.

A Look at the Face of HIV and AIDS: Then and Now

The Face of HIV and AIDS: Then and Now

As today is National HIV and AIDS Longterm Survivors' Awareness Day, and the 34th anniversary of the first diagnosis, it's a perfect time to give thanks for all the advances we've witnessed since 1981.

How to Date an HIV-Negative Guy

How to Date an HIV-Negative Guy

Think your status is the only one that matters? You're wrong.

Unzipped Episode 4: "The Condom Broke"

Unzipped Episode: "The Condom Broke"

"I go out drinking, have sex without a condom and beat myself up."

The Institutions of HIV Infection

The Institutions of HIV Infection

The spread of HIV is bigger than two people having sex or sharing needles.

The 7 Queens of 'Drag Race' Who Left TV Too Soon

7 Queens of Drag Race Who Left TV Too Soon

Because sometimes the fans see what the judges don't.

10 Celebrity Icons of HIV Activism

10 Celebrity Icons of HIV Activism

Many celebs have raised awareness of HIV, but few are recognized for it.

9 Ugly Faces of HIV Stigma

The 9 Faces of HIV Stigma

Stigma doesn't mean the same thing to everyone.

6 Bad Behaviors for HIV-Positive People

The 6 Worst Behaviors for HIV-Positive People

You can still live a long life with HIV, but it comes with some complications.

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