The 15-year-old federal program started under George W. Bush combats AIDS and HIV around the globe.
In her latest film, Virginia Madsen plays a mother whose closeted gay son comes home to let the family know he’s dying from AIDS complications.
Oscar-nominated actress Virginia Madsen talks to us about 1985, her new movie that depicts some of the darkest days of the crisis.
Transmission rates are higher than any other state, and bias-based laws are likely making things worse.
Despite Florida having more newly diagnosed cases than any other state, HIV persecution lingers within the community. But one initiatve is trying to change that.
Film, literature, and fiction has several notable supernatural LGBT characters who lived and loved openly.
Myths, movies, and fiction are filled with characters who are thinly veiled representations of LGBT and HIV-positive people.