Objective: There has been a lack of literature available to nurses on care provision to gay individuals with HIV/AIDS. Research nurses’ interaction with gay patients with HIV/AIDS is important for providing and improving such nursing care. Method: This study used a qualitative descriptive design. Data was collected using depth interviews from 14 participants gay with HIV/AIDS in Indonesia, which were analyzed using thematic approach. Research results: This research yielded three themes: (1) nurses’ acceptance of gay with HIV/AIDS; (2) extensive knowledge among nurses about gay and HIV/AIDS; and (3) communication nurses are warm and without barrier. Conclusion: Attitudes, knowledge, and communication are key issues impacting the nursing care of gay with HIV/AIDS. Attitude and other non-verbal communication should be considered by nurses when providing care. Value of culture should be considered by nurse when providing care for gay patient.