Please join us for our 26th Annual AIDS Walk Rhode Island on Sunday, October 2, 2011. This walk will begin and end on the Rhode Island Statehouse lawn and will take you through Downtown Providence and across Providence’s scenic Eastside. It is anticipated that thousands of walkers will join the […]
It may not even be Labor Day, but AIDS Project RI executive director Thomas Bertrand is thinking October. Sunday, October 2 to be exact.
That’s when the 26th annual AIDS Walk for Life will take place at the State House lawn, and he’s looking for walkers, volunteers and sponsors.
The theme of […]
Do you want to know what local Rhode Island teens are talking about?
Check out this video from Hook Up With Respect. These teens keep it real by answering this question: If you think your bf/gf is cheating on you, what can you do to find out for sure?
I recently came across an article about Edmund White, a 71 year-old author, Princeton professor and founder of the Gay Men’s Health Crisis, who has lived for 27 years with HIV. He describes that having HIV today “…is more like a disease like diabetes. There are a lot of inconveniences, […]
Remember seeing those pictures of ugly syphilis sores in junior high health class? Haven’t thought about syphilis since then? Well, you should know that the Rhode Island Department of Health is reporting significant increases in syphilis among gay/bisexual men. For example, the number of infectious syphilis cases among gay/bisexual men […]
Most guys probably either associate “PEP” with PEP Boys or don’t know what it stands for. Here’s a chance to learn about it, even though it is a topic that is often avoided and not discussed. But it can save your life.
PEP stands for Post-Exposure Prophylaxis. Even when it is […]