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New, long acting-injectable HIV meds offer hope for those with multi-drug resistant strains of the disease.

November 30 2016 7:00 AM

Empire star Jussie Smollett gets serious about being Black and gay in a post-Trump world and talks about HIV testing, safer sex, treatment, and finding a cure. Smollet was interviewed by his pal, comedian Sampson McCormick, another gay performer who uses his art and audience to talk about the need for HIV testing and stigma reduction. There are more rabble rousers living with HIV in this issue: media personality and artist Rae Lewis-Thornton, Black Lives Matter activist Ashton Woods & the star of Broadway's Hamilton, Javier Munoz. Plus: NIH announces people who are undetectable on treatment cannot transmit HIV to anyone else.  

November 23 2016 6:00 AM

In this exclusive interview, Smollett and comedian Sampson McCormick get real about the responsibility of being Black gay artists, the quest for an HIV cure, and what’s really at the root of homophobia and oppression.

November 15 2016 6:30 AM

The former head of Florida’s Democratic Party, Bob Poe, came out to his constituents.

November 01 2016 6:30 AM
October 19 2016 7:00 AM

The impact of the epidemic — and the activism it launched — reverberates through time in Tim Murphy’s new novel, Christodora.

October 19 2016 6:30 AM
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