Check out this short documentary that looks at the socio-economic risk factors in HIV like prison, homophobia, homelessness etc...
In the 26th episode, Shawn's crystal meth binge gets stranger as he begins seeing Edgar outside the room. Is it real or paranoia? Kyle lashes out at a guy at the hardware store who mistakes him for a store clerk and confronts Billy about his "into black guys" conversation. Brandon goes to check up on Shawn and finds his crystal meth pipe, and gets a visit from Edgar's sister who tells him they won't be invited to the funeral. Check out all the drama that unfolds! To find out what happens watch the episode below!
IN THE MOMENT is an online web series that follows the lives of a group of gay guys living in the same apartment complex in West Hollywood, California. Like most of us, they're faced with a huge range of decisions about sex, and the decisions they make impact their lives and the lives of people around them. IN THE MOMENT is also about starting an open, honest conversation among gay guys in the Los Angeles area about these types of decisions.
IN THE MOMENT starts with an authentic, sexy and sometimes humorous web soap opera that explores the full range of factors that come into play in sexual decision making among young gay men. Issues like self-esteem, dating, relationships, age, body image, addiction and others are addressed as key factors in the lives of the characters. The episodes are broken into 3-5 minute “webisodes”, which are a starting-place for discussion.
Check out the 26th webisode below!
Check out scenes from The L.A. Complex, a new show on the CW that follows a rapper named Kal and his new music producer, Tariq. Over the first season they start to develop a romantic relationship and try and keep it on the down low. The show brings up topics like homosexuality, STDs and many other issues. Check out the scenes from the 5th episode below!
Gay and bisexual black men of all ages are disproportionately affected. A 2005 study in 5 major cities found as many as 46% of African American men who have sex with men were HIV positive. Despite advances in HIV testing and treatment, HIV and AIDS still pose a major threat to African American men who have sex with other men, inject drugs with dirty needles, or neglect to get tested. In the US, African Americans at risk NEED TO KNOW if they are HIV-positive to benefit from life-saving therapies and avoid infecting others.
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