Greg Louganis

"Even when I retire as an athlete, it will drive me for the rest of my life."
"I feel like I'm being embraced as a whole person, and not just a part of me."
Jimmy Nguyen interviews founders of the #RestInPRIDE video campaign. The campaign inspires everyone to share your most prideful
These glimpses into Louganis's financial struggles, which the film artfully weaves through the retelling of his more familiar backstory as Olympic legend and HIV/AIDS activist, leave audiences scratching their heads: How is Greg Louganis -- widely considered the best diver in history -- on the brink of bankruptcy?
None of us have the same story and path. There will never be one face of HIV, but the more of us who come out HIV+, the more understanding there will be. To see the transformation we want, it's vital to bring HIV back into the public conversation.
Do I need the Wheaties box to feel fulfilled? Absolutely not! To simply be here, living my life as my true self is rewarding enough. However, I feel like I owe this box to my friends, family, and fans that have been cheering me on for decades.
An amazing sign of progress on LGBT rights — and an example of how the entrenched homophobia in corporate America of years
Greg Louganis says he's "really looking forward to sitting down" with fellow Olympian Caitlyn Jenner and "just talking about
Inspiration, when it happens, can be life-altering. A song. A movie. A poem. A dance. A painting. A hug. A smile. An act of kindness witnessed from afar. No matter where the inspiration comes from, its power can shift our perception and alter the way we see ourselves, forever.
Listen to this episode to learn on which famous dating website Greg met his now-husband, Johnny Chaillot-Louganis, as photographed above by Nicholas Snow at the 2015 Palm Springs International Film Festival.
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There were young men dying and health care workers in "hazmat" suiting covered head to toe. People were unwilling to touch, comfort or hold many of these dying, frightened men. It was the many members of the lesbian community and straight female allies that came to our aid.
If you come across this episode prior to February 7th, 2015, attend this year's gala at the Palm Springs Convention Center.
A friend from the 50-something "group" and I discussed the challenges facing the population of long-term HIV/AIDS survivors. I find that this generation of people living with HIV is a big issue, what with housing and living expenses on top of insurance and medical maintenance.