Recently we opened our charity online store, where all sale proceeds benefit the work of Designers against AIDS, our education center in Antwerp and our projects worldwide and it's starting to look really good, wat with high end designer pieces, contemporary labels, upcycled hand embroidered vintage Hmong hill tribe fabrics and comfortoble and cool cotton pieces straight from India. 
It's been a year since Zurich, Switzerland, installed drive-in "sex-boxes" to improve safety for sex workers and now authorities are hailing the program as a success. 
AIDS and HIV have been hot topics over the last year—particularly after the release of films like Dallas Buyers Club and The Normal Heart—but a new study shows that teens may think of the disease as a thing of the past: 
Uganda's Constitutional Court has annulled tough anti-gay legislation signed into law in February.
It ruled that the bill was passed by MPs in December without the requisite quorum and was therefore illegal.
Homosexual acts were already illegal, but the new law allowed for life imprisonment for "aggravated homosexuality" and banned the "promotion of homosexuality". 
AmfAR, the foundation for AIDS research, is honouring Tom Ford with its Award of Inspiration at its fifth annual Inspiration Gala in Los Angeles in October. 
Do you remember the picture of Barack Obama's fist bumping with his wife which he shared during the election in 2008? Now another picture of Obama's bumping technique is spreading all over the Internet. 
"Not only was Elizabeth Taylor a talented and beautiful woman, she was a very passionate activist. 
That we're not the only people obsessed with Conchita Wurst was proven once again this afternoon, at the haute couture fashion show in Paris of Friend of DAA Jean-Paul Gaultier. 
“We live in a society where so many young men who have sex with men (MSM) are rejected by their families and many are living in the street. 
Holy words by Bono during the Cannes Lion presentation, where he was presented together with design guru Jony Ive. 
Bill Gates is putting his money where your pleasure is.
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation awarded $100,000 to the University of Wollongong in Australia to develop a condom with more sensation, according to a YouTube video the school posted on June 3. 
Here we are again with our classic news-feed for cinema lovers: 
Last week the #tweet4condoms trend started after Twitter's decision of censoring condoms' ads. 
The 2014 European Drug Report has been issued and researchers expressed their concerns on a wide range of subjects. 
As it comes to movies, cinema and television, you can always count on us for some very juicy updates. 
I’ve read this worrying online article in the Belgian magazine, Knack. 
What does it mean when you hear the expression ‘normalization of HIV'? For instance it can mean getting an HIV test in places where you go during your everyday life - like in shops, supermarkets, church and so on. 
May 17 is 'International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia' and with all the hate against the LGBT community lately (Russia, Uganda, India, the reactions to Conchita Wurst's participation to the Eurovision Song Contest this year and many more 'incidents') that day has become more relevant and needed than ever before. 
Conchita Wurst, the bearded queen that won the 59th edition of the Eurovision Song Contest last Saturday, is shaking the souls of many around the world. 
Do you want to work alongside 10 of the world’s most celebrated designers and artists such as Jean-Paul Gaultier? Be part of a ground-breaking project that could just be the launch pad for your career? Then this is your chance to unleash your creative energy and carry your ambition to the edge! 
Some of you probably already know that from May 1 till May 17 Belgium is celebrating the PrideFestival. 
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