The epidemic continues to disproportionately impact certain members of the LGBTQ community while HIV affects Americans from all walks of life.
Every year while major scientific advances have made it easier than ever to prevent and treat HIV, there remains no vaccine or cure, and tens of thousands of people continue to contract HIV. Insufficient funding for general general public health programs, ideological opposition to wise practice avoidance policies, and societal obstacles like stigma and discrimination, are making it particularly burdensome for us to show the tide from the epidemic. Together, HRC in addition to HRC Foundation are invested in using the services of our buddies, lovers, users, and supporters to get rid of the double epidemics of HIV and HIV-related stigma.
HIV disproportionately impacts sections associated with LGBTQ community.
Discrimination against LGBTQ individuals causes us to be particuarly at risk of HIV.
In many states , its completely legal to discriminate against some body based on their intimate orientation or their sex identification in a single or higher components of their life, including work, housing, and general general public accommodations.