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HIV Stops With Me

HIV Stops With Me champions the unique voices and experts, who dedicate their time and talents to ending the HIV epidemic within their communities. Our editors will talk with influencers and grassroots advocates from across the country, exploring their different perspectives and important stories as people who are leading this movement. .hubTopWrapper { height: 51px; width: 100%; border-bottom: 1px solid #980000; margin-bottom: 10px; display: none; }

Somos Todos Familia (We Are All Family)

His immigrant parents insisted he learn Spanish. Now PrEP navigator and activist Dan Soto is putting that knowledge to good use.

Empowering Queer Youth Through Sex Education

Dan Soto is striving to be a role model for young, queer people of color in his community, and he’s succeeding.

Hero Of the Plague Years Remembered

Hero Of the Plague Years Remembered

Advocating for People Living With HIV through Film and TV

Born HIV positive, Joseph Kibler has used his diagnosis to inform his career as an actor and producer, making him a role model for the HIV+ community.

Acting on Borrowed Time

Living with the specter of death gave Joseph Kibler, a disabled, HIV-positive actor, the drive to make a difference with his life.

Getting People on PrEP, One Dating App at a Time

Raul Quintero spends his days as a PrEP navigator. In his off time he is “The PrEPducator” providing advice and an ear to underserved queer communities across Los Angeles.

Can Being Sex-Positive Help Keep You HIV-Negative?

Raul Quintero believes embracing sex and pleasure is the way to end the HIV epidemic.

It's Time to Talk to Queer Youth About PrEP

Now that the FDA has approved the HIV prevention pill for gay and bi teens, we must initiate those uncomfortable conversations.

Stopping HIV by Embracing Trans Youth

I Am Cait star Chandi Moore connects with trans kids because she knows what they've been through.

Getting Testing for HIV Is Still Hard — and Still Imperative

David Artavia on the roiling emotions involved in discovering your status. 

Why I'm Doing the AIDS Walk: For My Mother and New York

Everyone has personal reasons for raising money for HIV causes. This is Alexander Cheves's.

#MarchForOurLives Founder Sets His Sights on Ending HIV

Marjory Stoneman Douglas high schooler Cameron Kasky is doing more than fighting for gun control -- he's now raising money for HIV.


WATCH: Bono Awarded George W. Bush Medal for HIV Work

Bono will continue to fight HIV "With or Without" President Donald Trump's help.

HIV Stops With Us

We can stop HIV in its tracks. Here are some folks doing their part to make that happen.

HIV Stops With Me: Khafre Kujichagulia Abif

Author and activist Khafre Abif helps young bi and gay black men address HIV in the Deep South — and in their own lives.

Sweet Home Alabama (and Georgia and Mississippi, Too)

Author and activist Khafre Abif helps young bi and gay black men address HIV in the Deep South -- and in their own lives.