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The Art of AIDS

The Art of AIDS

What began as a Day Without Art on the second World AIDS Day, in 1989, eventually morphed into a Day With(out) Art to highlight works inspired by HIVers’ experiences. We honor that still-growing body of influence and some of the creative people behind it in a special package on virally inspired arts.

Fabric of Our Lives Mondo Guerra

Fabric of Our Lives

By using the plus sign in a custom-designed fabric on Project Runway, Mondo Guerra makes it work.

The New 60 It Gets Better

The New 60

Advocate columnist Robert Levithan is saddened that there is still a need for an It Gets Better campaign—but he's also living proof that it really does get better.

Michael Lucas and Reviving AIDS Arts

Michael Lucas on Reviving AIDS Art

Porn entrepreneur and Advocate columnist Michael Lucas sees the renewed interest in early AIDS-era art as the wake-up call the media needs.

Living the Questions Does the Truth Set You Free

Living the Questions

As Advocate columnist Tyler Helms approaches his one-year anniversary of going public with his HIV status, he wonders, Does the truth really set you free?

Could Stem Cells Cure AIDS?

A UCLA professor behind an astounding stem-cell study discusses the possibility that a cure could be within our grasp.

Around the Globe on World AIDS Day

Around the Globe on World AIDS Day

Watch people around the world commemorate loved ones and urge humanitarian efforts in marking this year's World AIDS Day.

World View

World View

Each year people all over the globe set aside time to observe World AIDS Day.

Testing Testing

Because non-AIDS-related diseases are becoming dangers for more HIVers than ever before, these five medical tests are vital to staying healthy.

Time for a Mental Health Checkup?

Although most HIVers regularly see a physician to manage physical care, too many fail to bring up mental health issues.

Lights Camera Action

Lights Camera Action

One advocate is expanding his reach on World AIDS Day by taking his one-man show to the silver screen.

World AIDS Day Universal Access and Human Rights

World AIDS Day Universal Access and Human Rights

Theme chosen to address critical need to protect human rights and attain access for all to HIV prevention, treatment, care, and support.

Twenty-five at 25

Twenty-five at 25

Honoring 25 of today’s LGBT leaders working to ensure the fight against HIV rages on. 

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