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Image: Two men in conversation with each other

Gay men are a remarkably resilient lot. We live in a heteronormative social environment. Still, most of us reach out for experiences, feelings and a community that supports our resilience and thriving, even in the face of prejudice and stigma.

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Photo: Jamie Dunbar, 1991 - HIV Activists protesting in Castlereagh Street, Sydney NSW

Treatment as Prevention (TasP) plays a significant role in the lives of people living with HIV (PLHIV) and our strategic contribution to ending HIV transmission in NSW cannot be underestimated, writes Positive Life.

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The Good News about HAND

Positive Life highlights some ways you can take control of a HAND diagnosis to stay active and involved in life.

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IMAGE: Sydney Gay and Lesbian Choir - World AIDS Day 2016
Photo: Rob Watts

Thirty years since the height of the HIV epidemic, Positive Life NSW celebrates and commemorates the lives of people living with HIV on World AIDS Day at Sydney’s Powerhouse Museum. Cec Busby reports.

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World AIDS Day 2016

For the first time in years, a major piece of Australian LGBTI history will be on display for at this year’s World AIDS Day at the Powerhouse Museum writes .

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