LGBTQ

Comprehensive Sexuality Education Is Harm Reduction

Harm reduction and sexual health have been linked since harm reduction’s birth as a means to decrease the spread of…

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Thank Earlier LGBTQ+ Activists for the Marijuana Wins We Enjoy Today

This month, as we celebrate Pride, it’s important to remember our roots. These include the LGBTQ+ leaders who laid the…

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Four Modes of Chemsex: Study Participants Describe Their Experiences

The meaning of "chemsex" is a contested matter. In the late 2000s, London-based social worker David Stuart facilitated the introduction…

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“There Is No Naloxone for Racism”—Kassandra Frederique Speaks Out

Since George Floyd was horrifically murdered by Minneapolis cops on May 25, events have unfolded dramatically, and amid worldwide protests,…

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Solidarity, Not Charity: Mutual Aid in LGBTQ+ Drug-Using Communities

Mutual aid has never been in the spotlight in the way it is now. As a result of COVID-19 and…

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Decriminalizing Sex Work and Drugs Central to Trans and LGBTQ+ Rights

Every day, people do what they need to do in order to survive. That is clearer today than ever before.…

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How the Drug War Is a Tool to Criminalize LGBTQ+ People

When we think of the criminalization of the LGBTQ+ community, our minds likely veer to the Stonewall Riots of 1969.…

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Barcelona Data Give Snapshot of COVID-19 Impact on HIV-Positive Queer Men

Research from Spain has provided an initial snapshot into how people living with HIV, and specifically queer men, may be…

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Pandemic Hits Sexual and Reproductive Health Efforts Worldwide

Children may be less vulnerable to COVID-19, but the pandemic is disrupting their access to sexual and reproductive health worldwide.…

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What Zoom Can Mean for Quarantined Chemsex Participants

University lectures, business meetings and friendships are increasingly being uploaded to the video conferencing platform Zoom amid lockdowns in response…

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