EAXMINER.COM EXPLORES TWCS EFFORTS TO PROMOTE SAFER SEX IN THE CITY

In a recent article entitled "Local women's organization push safer sex in the city" on examiner.com, author Candace Y.A. Montague spends a Monday night with TWC not watching football but learning about the FC2 condom. Her article begins - "Move over fellas.  MNF no longer stands for Monday Night Football.  The Women’s Collective have changed the game to Monday Night Females."

 
 
 
 
 
 

THE OTHER CITY: A POWERFUL FILM ON DCS AIDS CRISIS RELEASED

In every city, there's another city that people rarely ever see. But this other city isn't just anywhere -- it's in the capital of the most powerful country in the world. This is a story about sex and drugs, homelessness and health care. About politics and ideology, corruption and bureaucracy. About an epidemic that grew out of control while few people paid any attention or cared. This is a story about people who live in the shadow of the Capitol but remain almost invisible to the lawmakers and lobbyists who work there.

 

EXPLORE THE FC2 CONDOM INITIATIVE WITH THE WASHINGTON CITY PAPER

Amanda Hess of the Washington City Paper asks: "Is $500,000 Enough to Get Anyone to Use the Female Condom?" TWC's Abby Charles, coordinator of outreach and education efforts around the FC2 initiative lends her voice to the debate. Read the article posted on washingtoncitypaper.com by Hess on Mar. 17, 2010 and discover for your self the answer to this question.

 
 

TWC PLUS! ACTIVIST SPEAKS WITH NPRS WEEKEND EDITION

On February 6, 2010, Theresa Skipper, TWC Plus! activist spoke with NPRs Audie Cornish. The article,Program Gets AIDS Patients To The Doctor, aired on Weekend Edition. It notes that in the nation's capital, African-Americans make up more than 75 percent of the city's HIV/AIDS cases. To combat the disease and its spread, advocates and city health officials have decided to try to improve the link between being tested and being treated.

 

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