The important film about AIDS activists in the '90s deserves the attention.
Robin Campillo, the director of the critically-acclaimed film at Cannes, didn’t have to go far for inspiration for his AIDS-era film.
But let's not forget the lesbian writer it ripped off.
In the upcoming faux documentary Fathers by gay, Mexican filmmaker Leo Herrera presents an alternate reality where those who died of AIDS still thrive.
New Evidence has exonerated Gaétan Dugas, now gay men have to forgive themselves of the stigma that lingers.
Long-term HIV survivors share a suffering—and an invisibility—with warveterans who live with PTSD.
Lori Cannon was recently recognized with the Fifth Third Bank’s 2016 Community Leaders Award for her unrelenting HIV activism. She tells us how she was drawn to helping people and why her work is still so important.