There are approximately 1.2 million people living with HIV in the U.S. and communities of color have been hit the hardest.
That’s why the Human Rights Campaign has joined Gilead Sciences to launch the coast to coast initiative “My Body, My Health,” to break through the barriers and systemic injustice affecting the sexual health of our Black and Latiné LGBTQ+ communities.
It’s time to strip away the shame of sex, get sex positive and take control of our health. With the attacks on LGBTQ+ sex education and the loss of a generation of teachers from the early HIV crisis, we are coming together as a new generation to embrace our sexuality and build a generation free of HIV and stigma.
Sex work. We all see it across tv, in the news, or maybe even on platforms like OnlyFans, but the diverse experiences of those involved in this profession are deeper and more comprehensive than you may know.
Our HBCU program offers a sexual health directory so you can find sex health services on your campus or help up establish one on or near your campus.
Through My Body, My Health, this $5 million is the largest grant in the HRC Foundation’s history and will support HIV work, sexual health, transgender justice, and students on HBCU campuses.
We are sharing our stories using our voices.
Join us as we bring together influencers, advocates, community based organizations and policy makers as a community.
We have networks, teams and partners across the country who can help you stay safe on your journey of sexual exploration and identity. They are great for prevention, testing, treatment, mental health services around sexual health needs, and building communities.
Reach out to a member of our team or become a community-based partner.
There are thousands of local organizations working to stop STIs and HIV in their tracks. Connect with them to find the services you need.