There are lots of online and print publications written for people with HIV. Here’s a list of our favorite sites that have good info on living well with HIV, real-life HIV stories, current HIV news and other health and advocacy resources.
POZ is an award-winning print and online source offering daily news, treatment updates, personal profiles, investigative features, videos, blogs and an extensive online social network that includes POZ Personals; community forums; and a private, peer-to-peer mentoring program.
HIV Plus Magazine
Plus is an online publication written for people with HIV and people who care about them including article about treatment, prevention, testing, stigma, HIV cure, sex & dating, and recent HIV news stories.
Positively Aware is an HIV treatment journal and community resource for accurate, up-to-date treatment information and related news for people living with HIV and their advocates.
AIDSmeds is dedicated to providing people living with HIV, along with their health care providers, the necessary information they need to make empowered health care decisions. By offering complete, but not complicated, up-to-date information since 2000, AIDSmeds is written for people both newly diagnosed and those who have been living with HIV for years.
TheBody.com provides articles and information about prevention, treatment and living well with HIV. It aims to lower barriers between patients and clinicians, demystify HIV and its treatment, improve the quality of life for all people with HIV and foster community through human connection.
Established by social media HIV activist Josh Robbins, [imstilljosh] is a hub for his social media activity and activism. The site offers encouragement to those living with HIV and allowing long-term survivors the chance to offer wisdom to those newly diagnosed with HIV.
VoltageBuzz.com is a site dedicated to news, opinion, politics and research related to HIV treatment, prevention and advocacy. The site is open to anyone wanting more information, resources or a place to learn more about HIV although it is written primarily for gay and bisexual men.
My Fabulous Disease
Mark S. King is an award winning columnist, author, blogger and AIDS advocate who has been involved in gay causes since testing HIV positive in 1985. The blog site “My Fabulous Disease” provides videos, frank opinion pieces, inspirational articles, debate on sexual politics and other news articles.