In his latest book, Punishing Disease, Trevor Hoppe tackles HIV criminalization, one of the most polarizing issues in the LGBT community.
It was understandable, when the show originally premiered in 1998, that it did not mention HIV. Today, it's not.
It went really badly.
She just came out poz, and wowed us at the United States Conference on AIDS.
As Much as I Can, the theatrical event playing in Baltimore, isn’t content with merely showing you the lives of gay black men in a city plagued with high rates of HIV infection.
Motivational wroter Louise Hay was a beacon of hope for many gay men with HIV. Shw will be missed.
Is this a clear case of discrimination?