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Watch: Tyler Curry Talks HIV Equal, Weinstein, and Regrets

Watch: Tyler Curry Talks HIV Equal, Weinstein, and Regrets

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Josh Robbins interviews the sometimes controversial writer, and his responses may surprise you.

A few weeks ago Tyler Curry agreed to an on-camera interview without restrictions from his new employer, HIV Equal, and I asked him immediately what happened with Jack Mackenroth, whose departure from the project I covered in June in an episode of the HIV Plus Video Minute With Josh Robbins. I also inquired if he had any regrets over the years about the controversial essays he's published, who his HIV hero, is and what his thoughts are on AIDS Healthcare Foundation leader Michael Weinstein.  

In typical Tyler Curry opinionated fashion, his responses were direct and forthcoming. But there was also a moment in the interview that revealed a side of Tyler that you may have never seen, bringing him to brink of tears.  

Here's the interview:

Thank you, Tyler, for the opportunity for the interview. You can check out several of Tyler's lastest articles here

Also, check out my HIV blog and follow me on Twitter.

 

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Ryan is the Digital Director of The Advocate Channel, and a graduate of NYU Tisch's Department of Dramatic Writing. She is also a member of GALECA, the LGBTQ+ society of entertainment critics. While her specialties are television writing and comedy, Ryan is a young member of the LGBTQ+ community passionate about politics and advocating for all.

Ryan is the Digital Director of The Advocate Channel, and a graduate of NYU Tisch's Department of Dramatic Writing. She is also a member of GALECA, the LGBTQ+ society of entertainment critics. While her specialties are television writing and comedy, Ryan is a young member of the LGBTQ+ community passionate about politics and advocating for all.