Bowie was executive director of Being Alive Los Angeles, which provided mental health counseling and other services to people living with HIV.
The beloved serodiscordant couple, recently wed in Venice, are continuing to remind people living with HIV that love knows no status.
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.