HIV/AIDS prevention, treatment and protections are our entire LGBT community’s issues. Join us in taking the pledge to end this epidemic at

GLAD’s AIDS Law Project has been at the forefront of fighting HIV discrimination in state and federal courts since its founding in 1984.

From our 1998  groundbreaking Supreme Court victory in Bragdon v. Abbott, which established that people with HIV are protected from discrimination under the Americans with Disabilities Act, to our current work fighting for privacy and healthcare coverage for people with HIV, our commitment has never waivered.

Today, GLAD and 34 LGBT and HIV/AIDS organizations from across the United States are rededicating our time, talent, and resources to the fight against HIV.

Join us: visit to read the letter and sign the pledge to do your part in ending the HIV epidemic.

Read GLAD’s press release here.