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[…] without gender affirming care, and from trans citizens, who described the many careful rounds of counseling as part of evidence-based treatment. Quentin Bell, a transgender man and HIV advocate for The Knights and Orchids Society in Selma, Alabama, a Gilead COMPASS grantee, appealed to lawmakers: “If I have one request for you today is […]

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[…] characters appearing in the 2021-2022 broadcast season are LGBTQ—the highest amount ever recorded. But representation still lags for select populations; GLAAD counted only two characters living with HIV, only two asexual characters, and a decline in LGBTQ characters with disabilities. ●      Film: Hollywood is slowly catching up to the population increase; GLAAD’s 2021 Studio […]

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[…] however there were zero transgender and/or nonbinary characters for the fourth year in a row, as well as zero LGBTQ characters with disabilities and characters living with HIV. Based on the quality, quantity, and diversity of LGBTQ representation in the studios’ annual slate, GLAAD assigns a grade to each major studio: Excellent, Good, Insufficient, […]

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[…] This includes an annual multi-day retreat for TGNC adults (Camp GB), trans health resource development and provision. In addition the group holds training and leadership development programs, HIV prevention, intervention programs and supportive online spaces.   About The Campaign for Southern Equality: The Campaign for Southern Equality works to build a South where LGBTQ […]

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[…] build a better North Carolina.    About LGBTQ Center of Durham:  LBTQ Center of Durham is a grantee of GILEAD’s COMPASS Initiative which works to address the HIV/AIDS epidemic in the Southern United States.  The organization commits to centering the experiences of those who are the most marginalized among us. With a history of […]

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[…] announced the appointments of Robert Fenton and Dr. Demetre Daskalakis as national monkeypox response coordinator and deputy coordinator, respectively. Dr. Daskalakis is a longtime LGBTQ health provider and advocate, who most recently served as the CDC’s Director of the Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention. GLAAD’s fact sheet for media covering the MPV outbreak and response: /MPVfacts 

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[…] the law and federal protections for their health and livelihoods.” Promised to “work to make prescription drugs, including PrEP, accessible and affordable and support increased funding for HIV and AIDS prevention, treatment and research.” Urged expansion of voting rights protections, called for filibuster reform to pass voting rights, and criticized voter suppression bills. Voted […]

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[…] of multiple proactive LGBTQ rights bills including the Equality Act, opposes religious exemptions to LGBTQ nondiscrimination laws, supports increasing funding in public health for people living with HIV, and supports transgender rights. In the state’s highly competitive gubernatorial race, Democrat Stacey Abrams will face the incumbent, Republican Governor Brian Kemp. Abrams is a supporter […]

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