After years of shame, this Emmy-winning journalist opened up about the pain of HIV stigma. Now, he’s an inspiration to others — and our person of the year.
The performer opened up in an emotional scene.
Lawmaker Roger Montoya, a proud gay man living with HIV, survived bullying, homophobia, and a nasty political campaign to emerge as one of our nation’s most inspiring leaders.
How the trans advocate and Emmy-nominated hairstylist broke free of negative thinking about life with HIV.
Elizondo was a popular drag artist in San Francisco and a tireless volunteer for HIV and LGBTQ+ organizations.
Sarah Schulman's written the most comprehensive political history ever assembled of ACT UP and AIDS activism in the U.S.
The Canadian pop star turned fear and guilt into determination and inspiration.