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US Gov To Make PrEP Free Through Insurance

The U.S. government is making a strong push in the fight against HIV/AIDS. The Department of Labor and the Department of Treasury have released new guidance alongside the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. The guidance mandates that almost all insurance companies within the United States of America must make PrEP, the Read more…

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Gay Things To Do in New York

New York has thriving LGBTQ communities, rich history, and it remains one of the most welcoming places for LGBTQ visitors in the world. These spaces, whether always gay friendly or only during certain times of the day or week, gave LGBTQ people the freedom to be themselves in a way Read more…

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Coming Out is Not The Serve You Think It Is

This rite of passage does not center queerness Check out the original story here: Washington Blade. Coming out is undoubtedly part of the essence of contemporary queer culture. It represents a point in one’s journey to complete self-actualization where they fully accept themselves, their body, and also demand to occupy space Read more…

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Middle-Aged Gay Men: Ageism and Sexuality

Coming to terms with growing old can be difficult in the gay community. In our culture the stigma against growing older is “ageism.” This stigma is pronounced in the gay community, given its emphasis on youth and physical beauty .For men who bought into the conventional standards of gay attractiveness, aging can Read more…

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