This year’s list celebrates transgender and gender-nonconforming HIV advocates, including Plus deputy editor, Jacob Anderson-Minshall.
Northrop, a longtime activist, on what we can learn from the last three decades of ACT UP.
Diane Anderson-Minshall will now lead the largest U.S. publisher of LGBTQ-focused content, including The Advocate, Out, Pride, Plus, and Out Traveler.
The renowned businessman supported Magic Johnson after his HIV diagnosis and helped spark a national dialogue.
He mesmerized us on The Wire and Boardwalk Empire, but his gay character on TV as HIV-positive veteran Ken Jones on When We Rise was smooth sailing for the actor and activist.
The beloved artist chronicled a lost generation while facing his own greatest loss.
The bisexual comedian talks about her changing relationship to sex and masturbation.