Health & Wellness

We Aren’t Sluts: My Experience Getting on PrEP

If you are HIV-negative, then I want you to be on PrEP, too.

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The Beginning of the End: New Funding to Help Reduce Houston’s High Rate of HIV Cases

Over the next year, Legacy will facilitate a number of activities that will result in a five-year plan to reduce…

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#AskTheHIVDoc – All About PrEP!

Your favorite HIV docs are back! And, just in time for Valentine’s Day!

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Reproductive Rights and Trans Rights: Deeply Interconnected, Yet Too Often Misunderstood?

It is of vital importance to extend reproductive justice-related activism and discourses to include trans/genderqueer/nonbinary and other gender-plural people, which…

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Elton John AIDS Foundation Chairman David Furnish: “Black Lives Matter in the Fight to End AIDS”

Although we have made significant progress in the fight to end AIDS, the fact remains that racism and discrimination are…

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Is PrEP Reaching Everyone?

Eliminating the skepticism and shame in minority communities.

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Inner Peace, Outer Strength: LGBT-Inclusive Yoga Classes Across Houston

The Montrose Center offers free yoga for beginners every Monday night. Plus more classes around the city!

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Power Up the Fun in Your Fitness: Clutch Crossfit Owner Laura Schmidt

With four years of CrossFitting under her belt, this out trainer and her crew transform bodies (and lives) of all…

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Joyful Juicing: What Works, What Doesn’t, And Where To Start

Just in time for a New Year’s cleanse—what works, what doesn’t, and where to start.

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Vegging Out: An Interview With Gay Fitness Expert Jorge Cruise

Jorge Cruise on his new “vegan breakfast” diet book, coming out late in life, and his upcoming marriage to a…

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