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Resource Library

Online resources for people living with HIV

There are lots of online and print publications written for people with HIV. Here’s a list of sites that have good info on living well with HIV, real-life HIV stories, current HIV news and other health and advocacy resources.

AIDSMAP

Published by NAM, aidsmap provides clear, accurate information about HIV and AIDS including the latest research.


AIDSMAP

POZ MAGAZINE

POZ is an online source offering daily news, treatment updates, personal profiles, investigative features, videos, blogs and an extensive online social network.


poz.com

HIV PLUS MAGAZINE

Plus is an online publication written for people with HIV and people who care about them including article about treatment, prevention, testing, stigma, HIV cure, sex & dating, and recent HIV news stories.


Hivplusmag.com

POSITIVELY AWARE

Positively Aware is an HIV treatment journal and community resource for accurate, up-to-date treatment information and related news for people living with HIV and their advocates.


Positivelyaware.com

THE BODY

TheBody.com provides articles and information about prevention, treatment and living well with HIV.


Thebody.com

[IMSTILLJOSH]

Established by social media HIV activist Josh Robbins, [imstilljosh] is a hub for his social media activity and activism.


Imstilljosh.com

MY FABULOUS DISEASE

Mark S. King is a columnist, author, blogger and AIDS advocate who has been involved in gay causes since testing HIV positive in 1985. The blog site “My Fabulous Disease” provides videos, frank opinion pieces, inspirational articles, debate on sexual politics and other news articles.


Marksking.com