HIV–the virus which causes AIDS–was first identified in 1983. While many people remember when HIV first was a topic of International discussion, that now was nearly two generations ago and many younger people who weren’t even born yet can struggle to understand the impact that HIV had on the world and continues to have. HIV… Continue reading Good Resources for Studying the History of HIV in a Cultural Context
You only have to search a little bit online or talk to someone who identifies as bisexual and/or transgender to hear the observation that often when people say they care about ,”LGBT,” matters they, “Honestly only are talking about the L and G.” The acronym, “Q,” sometimes isincluded as well and considered to stand for, “Questioning,”… Continue reading Don’t Forget the B and T in LGBTQ
Tomorrow will be an event Williams and Associates is excited to be holding with assistance from our many awesome sponsors. Our first ever, “Create, Involve, Reach: The Forum on HIV and Black Men,” is being held from 9:00 AM until 5:00 PM and we have been promoting it with great enthusiasm! While the deadline to register… Continue reading Create, Involve, Reach: The Forum on HIV and Black Men
We are pleased to announce that on Saturday, August 6th, we are partnering with AM Trading Co. to hold a trivia event! The questions will cover sexuality, sexual health, comic-books, and ways in which those subjects relate! People can come alone or bring a team as well. The event will take place at 4005 Utah… Continue reading Sex and Superheroes Trivia Happening Soon!
Pride Saint Louis occurs this weekend and Williams and Associates will be there! We will be assisting with providing HIV testing from 2:30 PM-6:00 PM. Stop by and see us!
Much has been said about the terrible act of hate that occurred in Orlando a week ago yesterday. A popular club known as, “The Pulse,” which was often frequented by LGBTQ individuals found itself targeted and the worst mass-shooting in United States history occurred. Eight days later many opinions have been stated about why the… Continue reading Tragedy in Orlando–A Week Later