Even as we make tremendous progress in the fight for LGBT equality, who you are and where you live still has an enormous impact on how HIV is likely to affect your life. HRC continues to push Congress to provide the strongest possible federal response to the epidemic. Additionally, HRC continues to educate the LGBT community and our allies on the realities of HIV prevention, treatment and care.

You've Got Questions?

HIV / AIDS; What Do I Do?

We've got answers. What do you do if you've recently tested negative for HIV? What do you do if you need help disclosing your HIV status to a partner? Get the answers to these and other important questions using HRC's latest online resource.

What do I do?

Understanding HIV & AIDS

Understanding HIV and AIDS

Take a look at our issue brief for a detailed overview of the impact of HIV and AIDS on the LGBT community - and to learn how HRC is working to end the epidemic.

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PrEP Resource Center

PrEP Pill; Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis

Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) is a new HIV prevention strategy that currently involves taking a once-daily pill to reduce significantly one's chances of contracting HIV.

Is PEP Right for Me?

PEP; Post-Exposure Prophylaxis; HIV AIDS

You've probably heard about PrEP, but do you know about Post-Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP), which can be taken after an unexpected encounter with HIV?

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Transgender People & HIV

Transgender people and HIV AIDS

Our research brief highlights what we know about HIV and transgender people in the United States. While data is limited, research shows the burden is severe and demands immediate attention.

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Get Tested

Get tested for HIV AIDS; CDC

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommend everyone between the ages of 13 and 64 get tested at least once for HIV, and that some people should get tested more often.

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