We must strive to continue not only raising awareness, but also advocating for access for gay men who have been disproportionately impacted by HIV for far too long.
While the country has been focused on Hillary's emails, Ben Carson's brand of crazy and pretty much everything that Donald
"That is outrageous," Bush said in an interview with the New Hampshire Union Leader editorial board. "And the way to solve
Presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton gave her first major televised interview since launching her 2016 campaign last night.
The widespread resistance led the Obama administration to announce in November that it would drop the Secure Communities
"We have a community that's already criminalized," said Erika Almiron, executive director of the Philadelphia group Juntos
As we enter our fourth decade without a cure for HIV, public interest in ending new infections has seemed to wane. Now's not the time to stop talking about AIDS. With important new treatment and prevention tools in our arsenal, San Francisco could be the first U.S. city to end HIV transmission.
How do you win a war when the people who are supposed to be fighting it have become complacent? While an HIV diagnosis may no longer be a death sentence, there are still 50,000 new HIV infections in the United States every year -- and it will stay this way unless we actively stop it.
I have nothing against Weinstein as a person, nor do I mean to devalue his past achievements or the AHF in general. I simply question his role as a leader of an HIV organization and as an influential public figure on HIV issues.
Most of my young gay friends are uninterested in the history of my membership in ACT UP, but a few, like Jake, are curious, even insistent. I answer their questions and try to explain what it was like to be 25 in the East Village in 1989.