At the end of 2012, UNAIDS estimated that there were 260,000 people living with HIV in the region. In many countries, approximately one in three new cases is among men who have sex with men. How do we deal with this as we work to end the epidemic in the Caribbean? Read more about HIV in the Caribbean: science, rights and justice
UNAIDS Caribbean wishes to debunk a news story circulating in the regional media over the last 24 hours under the headline “One in every four Caribbean men bisexual”. The story’s claim that a UNAIDS study found that quarter of the region’s men are bisexual, is misleading and of no merit. Read more about Disregard misleading media report about Caribbean men and bisexuality
Guyana’s government has appointed a special select committee to determine whether the country’s long-standing laws on sex between men, cross-dressing and sex work, should be removed. Read more about Guyana gears up to address discriminatory laws
Over six months more than 3500 men who have sex with men (MSM) from 33 countries and territories in the Caribbean confided about their sex lives. Read more about A glimpse into the realities of Caribbean MSM
In excess of 3200 men living in the Caribbean have participated in an on-going study about men who have sex with men (MSM). Read more about More than 3200 complete MSM survey
Both men. Both young. Both black. And both selling sex in the Caribbean. But they have such dfferent issues. Read more about The beach boy and the policeman-turned-prostitute
The government diverted almost all of the money it received in Phase One of the Global Fund for work specifically with men who have sex with men (MSM) to other programmes, according to a new study, which also found that existing programmes here for the vulnerable group are small scale. Read more about Following the money for Guyana MSM programmes
Speaking on behalf of the region, a Guyanese researcher has said that throughout the English-speaking Caribbean laws prohibiting same sex conduct and certain forms of gender expression lead state agencies to exclude men who have sex with men (MSM).