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Coming 2024: Season 3 of “The Switch” spotlights intersectional journeys of resilience


Coming 2024: Season 3 of “The Switch” spotlights intersectional journeys of resilience

These images are from Season 2 of "The Switch."

"The Switch" is all about encouraging positive lifestyle changes toward achieving long-term goals including health and HIV treatment.

Get ready for the next season of Plus's "The Switch," where stories of resilience, transformation, and empowerment take center stage as people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA) share their journeys of making "the switch" to positive lifestyle and health routines. In the previous season, we were moved by the courageous tales of individuals like makeup artist Tim MacKay, who bravely confronted his struggles with substance abuse. Caleb Brown, a passionate advocate, fought tirelessly against HIV stigma in his role at the AIDS Foundation in Houston. Toni Barkley, a grandmother living with HIV, inspired us with her dedication to supporting others through organizations like the Gay Men's Health Crisis (GMHC). And James Tison, a non-binary comedian, used humor as a powerful tool to combat stigma and spread awareness.

Stay tuned for the upcoming season of "The Switch" on Plus, where we continue to amplify the voices and experiences of people living with HIV/AIDS.

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A graduate from NYU Tisch, Nic Austin has always connected with the written word and its ability to change minds. He has applied this love for writing to analyzing LGBTQ+ media and how the LGBTQ+ community has been represented on screen. Before working as an Editor at equalpride, Nic Austin was the Editor-in-chief of The Queer Queue and the co-host of both The Queer Queue Podcast and The Queerly News. In his spare time, Nic Austin writes film criticism while enjoying the mountain views of Denver, Colorado.

Nic Austin is passionate about providing a platform in media for the LGBTQ+ community. He strives to tell stories about his community through the leading LGBTQ+ publications in the country. His mission is to amplify marginalized LGBTQ+ voices through partnerships with prominent brands and leaders in our community.


A graduate from NYU Tisch, Nic Austin has always connected with the written word and its ability to change minds. He has applied this love for writing to analyzing LGBTQ+ media and how the LGBTQ+ community has been represented on screen. Before working as an Editor at equalpride, Nic Austin was the Editor-in-chief of The Queer Queue and the co-host of both The Queer Queue Podcast and The Queerly News. In his spare time, Nic Austin writes film criticism while enjoying the mountain views of Denver, Colorado.