San Diego Man Pleads Guilty to Spreading HIV

San Diego Man Pleads Guilty to Spreading HIV

The 30-year-old lied to his partner about his status, prosecutors say.

23 Celebrities Who Lost Their Battle With AIDS

23 Celebrities Who Lost Their Battle With AIDS

These men and women left enormous legacies with their lives and deaths.

Op-ed: HIV-Positive LGBT Women Are Discounted, Miscounted, and Uncounted

Op-ed: HIV-Positive Women: Discounted, Uncounted

A decade after the first National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, men remain the face of the disease.

Jimmy Somerville Is Still My Small-Town Boy

Jimmy Somerville Is Still My Small-Town Boy

From the legendary gay falsetto known for Bronski Beat, the Communards, and his pioneering solo work comes Homage, a disco album that keeps his political beat alive.

Kramer on Kramer

Kramer on Kramer

On the publishing of his magnum opus, The American People, famed author Andrew Holleran asks our angriest activist all that he has learned.

Words of Whitman Will Adorn NYC AIDS Memorial

Visual artist Jenny Holzer will be working selections of Walt Whitman’s “Song of Myself” into the design.

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