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Riding the Waves in Uncharted Waters: Excitement and Hope for Transmasculine People in HIV Research

Riding the Waves in Uncharted Waters: Excitement and Hope for Transmasculine People in HIV Research

, by Brandyn Gallagher

Transgender men are finally being included in HIV research--but we still have much to learn. Read More

Using saliva as lube can cause rectal gonorrhea

Using saliva as lube can cause rectal gonorrhea

, by Emily Land

Cases of rectal gonorrhea are on the rise among men who have sex with men. Using spit as lube during sex may be partially to blame, a recently published study has found. Read More

First Evidence of Long-Acting PrEP that May Work for Women

First Evidence of Long-Acting PrEP that May Work for Women

, by Emily Land

A microbicide vaginal ring shows modest success in protecting women from HIV, but issues with adherence still remain. Read More

“Biomed-matching” Emerges among Gay Men Who Say to Partners, “I’m also on PrEP”

“Biomed-matching” Emerges among Gay Men Who Say to Partners, “I’m also on PrEP”

, by Emily Land

In an online survey, HIV-negative and HIV-positive men reported considering PrEP use and undetectable viral load when deciding on condom use. Read More

Why Aren’t More Women Taking PrEP?

Why Aren’t More Women Taking PrEP?

, by Emily Land

Many conversations about PrEP focus on gay men—but women at risk for HIV can benefit from PrEP too. Research finds that although few women know about PrEP, those who do are interested. Read More