“We have had the scare of SARs, bird flu, Ebola and of course AIDS. None proved as devastating as feared.“ Speaking her mind on COVID-19 and the spread of Coronavirus, Ann Widdecombe told her Daily Express readers that the virus […]
The British Prime Minister, Theresa May has paid tribute to those lost to AIDS-related illnesses.
Every year on the 1st of December many people start wearing a red ribbon for World AIDS Day, but what does it mean and who designed it? The Red Ribbon symbol has become the defining icon for the awareness, fundraising and […]
If you’ve been around Soho or South London recently you may have seen a multi-colour poster which states “I’m Too Sexy To Have AIDs”, activist group, ACT UP LONDON have defaced the posters to read something different.
While social attitudes towards homosexuality have improved beyond anyone’s expectations in just three decades, it’s important not to forget the fierce oppression and undue criminalisation gay people faced in Britain’s recent history. Part of that story is the AIDS epidemic […]
What is AIDS or HIV Denialism? There is a small but vocal section of society that believes that HIV or AIDS doesn’t exist or believes that it is all a conspiracy. Some accept that HIV exists but that it does […]
What is AIDS? AIDS stands for acquired immune deficiency syndrome. It is a condition where there is a critical loss of the body’s cellular immunity. People who have AIDS have an incredible lack of immunity from infections and disease, which eventually causes […]
Due to licensing this article must be read on our website President Donald Trump fired the remaining members of the Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS (PACHA) Wednesday, reportedly informing them without explanation with a letter delivered by FedEx …
I remember only too well when AIDS first impacted on my world and came into the public eye.
The Red Ribbon symbol has become the defining icon for the awareness, fundraising and determination to beat HIV and AIDS. It’s strong, vibrant red, a symbol that has become synonymous with every 1st December, was designed in 1991. A decade after […]
★★★★★ | Epidemic: When Britain Fought AIDS, Channel 4 To mark the 50 years of the partial decriminalisation of homosexuality in England and Wales, Channel 4 has commissioned a number of special programmes, in its 50 Shades Of Gay series; Epidemic: […]