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Help! I got semen in my eye. What do I do?

Help! I got semen in my eye. What do I do?

, by Shaun Barcavage, NP

Shaun Barcavage, NP explains the research and risk for HIV, gonorrhea and chlamydia transmission through the eye. Read More

Serosorting Likely Responsible for Reducing HIV Infections in Seattle, Say Researchers

Serosorting Likely Responsible for Reducing HIV Infections in Seattle, Say Researchers

, by Emily Land

Serosorting helps reduce risk for HIV, but may be contributing to rising rates of STIs. Read More

STDs Among Gay Men in a New Era of PrEP

STDs Among Gay Men in a New Era of PrEP

, by Emily Land

Sexually transmitted infections are on the rise among men who have sex with men in San Francisco—and beyond. Why is this, and what can we do? Read More

Study of HIV and STI risk is a “wake-up call” for health providers serving young gay men

Study of HIV and STI risk is a “wake-up call” for health providers serving young gay men

, by Emily Land

Gay men under age 18 are particularly at risk for HIV and STI infections—especially young gay men of color. 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