Gay Black Men and HIV/AIDS: What You Need to Know

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  • September 27 Is National Gay Men's HIV/AIDS Awareness Day
  • Stop Blaming AIDS on the DL!
  • The Sobering Statistics
  • Do Black MSM Have More Risk Factors?
  • So Then Why Are the Rates So High?
  • Black MSM Come Into Contact With HIV More Often
  • Older Men, Younger Partners
  • Ditching Condoms in Relationships
  • Past History of Abuse
  • Why Knowing Your Status Is Key
  • Ending Homophobia and Stigma

September 27 Is National Gay Men's HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

Sept. 27 marks National Gay Men's HIV/AIDS Awareness Day. Gay and bisexual men account for the majority of HIV infections in the U.S. Yet men of color disproportionately bear the burden of new HIV infections. Read more about what puts our Black men at risk and the importance of reducing homophobia. – Kellee Terrell

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