OPINION: AIDS in Asia Pacific won’t end without community support
Late diagnosis remains a major contributor to AIDS-related deaths – we need to invest in more community-led responses to HIV now
World AIDS Day: What impact has 20 years of U.S. funding had on HIV/AIDS
Friday is World AIDS Day and it is also 20 years since the U.S. began a huge funding programme to fight HIV/AIDS
Mexican mother promotes trans textbook for teachers
In a country torn by transphobic violence, Mexican advocates want teachers to better protect trans and non-binary kids
Is Argentina's Milei a threat to LGBTQ+ rights gains?
Gay and trans activists fear right-wing Milei could roll back progress in Argentina, an LGBTQ+ rights leader in Latin America
Trans Vikings and lesbian pirates: What is 'queering the past'?
A British museum has identified Roman emperor Elagabalus as a trans woman, stirring debate about efforts to 'queer the past'
What is asexuality and what legal rights do activists want?
As a new British report shows, asexual people often face challenges at work but some authorities are moving to protect their rights
What LGBTQ+ rights are at stake in the Netherlands elections?
Dutch activists fear a surge of support for the far-right ahead of Wednesday's election could see trans rights rolled back
Could Namibia decriminalise same-sex relations?
Namibia courts could decriminalise gay sex, but the country has a mixed record on recognising LGBTQ+ rights
Hunger striker says willing to die for trans rights in Bulgaria
A Bulgarian transgender woman on her fifth day of a hunger strike in protest at the country's lack of trans legal recognition says she will not give up her fight
OPINION: The ‘scary trans woman’ trope? It’s a lie
Despite the headlines, trans women face the same levels of abuse from men as any other woman