There’s now a home test for finding out your HIV-status and Shadley Grei hopes you never use it.
The last full viewing of the AIDS Quilt is among the many events within the second half of 1996–your childhood.
Riffing on a familiar narrative, Steven Cordova presents a narrative of disease and duality which is both achingly beautiful and oddly sweet.
When people ask me how I survived growing up in Texas, I always admit that it sucked, but that I wouldn’t trade places with anyone. I’m proud of growing up there, and for out-growing it as well.
As a new report from the Center for American Progress details, LGBT people, especially LGBT youth, are at a far greater risk not only of winding up homeless, but being abused on the streets as well.
“And a child shall lead them.” The Rev. Dr. Neil O’Farrell shares a nativity story to beat the rush.
The international organization credited the “dramatic progress” in combating the disease to the steadily expanding access to treatment.
Despite significant medical advances that help HIV-positive Americans live increasingly longer and healthier lives, many people still have widespread misconceptions about how the virus is actually spread.
Kenny Neal Shults wants to take “An un-serious look at a the serious subject of why we circumcise our kids with two short comic films that poke fun at American secular circumcision.”
Bono says, “What are the blind spots of our age? It might be something as simple as our deep-down refusal to believe that every human life has equal worth”
Christopher Doyle and his ex-gay advocacy group PFOX insist conversion therapy would help “save gay men from AIDS and suicide.”
For 30 years, gay men have been prohibited from donating blood; the AMA has decided that it is time for that to change.
N.C. Harrison examines Nancy Grace’s sensationalistic coverage of a recent tragedy.
Barry Adkins’ son died of alcohol poisoning the day he moved out on his own. And Barry wants help others so that something good will come out of that.
Despite all the rhetoric about American weakness when it comes to Crimea, Russia has been paying a steep price for its behavior.
“The only regret I will have in dying is if it is not for love.” — Gabriel Garcia Marquez. (1927-2014)
“Power is as power does.” Michael Anthony races against his son on a warm winter day where monarchs reign and kings rule.
How the NYPD handles gunshot victims with outstanding warrants while they recover in the hospital.
Shavon Brown-Robinson thought she had figured out the perfect balance in her life until Autism gave her a new perspective.
Kathleen Murray listens in as the legendary writer discusses the creative life with ‘Maus’ visionary Art Spiegelman.
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Kermet Apio on birthday parties, the dreaded bouncy house, and gift bags filled with toys that implode like a Mission Impossible cassette.
Cort Ruddy just wanted to buy some paper plates, but instead had his first experience with being profiled as a stereotypical “dad”
“All your strength. All your power. Everything you’ve got. Right now.” -Duke, Rocky IV
Age is just a number, but numbers are also an important part of math and you can’t do the math if the numbers don’t add up.
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