The Olympian talks to Plus magazine about director Cheryl Furjanic's intimate portrait of the gay, HIV-positive activist that's at times inspiring, heartbreaking, revelealing, maddening, and instructive.
NBA legend turns 56 after living with HIV for 24 years.
Online or in person, this is an impressive exhibit you won't want to miss.
In this new documentary, the co-founder of GMHC and ACT UP remains uncompromising, unapologetic, and flawed, but also empathetic and incredibly persuasive.
Candid as ever, the pop superstar discussed her own sexual orientation and gender fluidity.
He was an extremely important link between grassroots AIDS activists and both the Democratic political establishment and many of the most important African American leaders in the U.S.
My girlfriend told me she wants to go on PrEP. I’m OK with condoms and she said she is too; she just wants extra protection. I have a lot of feelings coming up about my status, like I’m damaged goods or something. I’m afraid she’s going to talk herself out of wanting to stay with me.
Culinary expert and Chopped host Ted Allen thinks it's always a good idea to raise awareness for HIV, and using the power of restaurants all over the country is just the right way to do that.