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World AIDS Day 2018 in Photos

December 1, 2018, was the 30th anniversary of World AIDS Day.

Watch This Short Film on the Terror of HIV Tests, 'The Mess He Made'

The SXSW film by Matthew Puccini examines the axiety of waiting for HIV test results. 

An Important 50-Year Anniversary for LGBT Rights and The Advocate

The LGBT movement celebrated one of its most important moments on Saturday, marking 50 years since protesters risked their safety and stood up to police brutality in Los Angeles.

By the Numbers: Bisexuality

Some famous first-rate people and some fourth-rate treatment of the third letter in LGBT

When Debbie Reynolds Sang for Our Lives (Video)

Debbie Reynolds was one of the earliest activists against AIDS, as evidenced by this 1983 radio spot promoting a benefit at the Hollywood Bowl.

World AIDS Day 2016 in Photos

Admist turmoil around the globe, millions converged to honor those lost and think toward the future.

Remembering World AIDS Day in Photos

In the midst of the season of light, we pause to remember, to revive, and to recommit.

At Least 50 Dead in Mass Shooting at Florida Gay Club

Classified as a 'terror incident,' the gunman, now dead, was well-prepared, according to local police.

Martin Shkreli's Legal Woes Just Got Worse

The pharma CEO who proudly jacked up prices on HIV meds faces a new charge.

It's True: More People Are Having Gay Sex

A new study shows that more people are having gay sex, even if their identification doesn't change.