Larry Kramer
Read the latest news about Larry Kramer, a legendary gay rights activist and one of the founders of ACT UP, the AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power, which has risen to become a leading HIV and AIDS advocacy organization. Kramer, a Yale graduate, has a body of written work that includes the controversial novel Faggots as well as The Normal Heart, a play that reenacts the early days of the AIDS crisis in the United States. Learn more about Kramer and other advocates who are helping to advance the cause of equality for LGBT and HIV-positive Americans.
AIDS, Interrupted
November 01 2013 3:05 AM ET

AIDS, Interrupted

Michael Musto

Though there are fearless AIDS documentaries and TV movies being made now, it seems only decades of distance allows Hollywood studios to tackle the topic.

Op-ed: That Time My Dad Made Me Go To Pride
July 19 2013 3:05 AM ET

Op-ed: That Time My Dad Made Me Go To Pride

Wes Janisen

From a closeted teenager boy to a proud grown man, Wes Janisen has grown up with the community.

WATCH: 'Kinky Boots,' Nathan Lane, Larry Kramer Get Tony Nods
April 30 2013 2:47 PM ET

WATCH: Kinky Boots, Nathan Lane, Larry Kramer Get Tony Nods

Trudy Ring

Kinky Boots gets 13 noms, Lane is nominated for The Nance, and Kramer will receive an award for his activism.

The Koch Conundrum
April 03 2013 3:00 AM ET

The Koch Conundrum

Trudy Ring

Ed Koch, mayor of New York City during the height of the AIDS epidemic, evokes conflicting views on his record, even after his death.

Bookshelf: Lambda Literary Award Finalists You Must Read
March 07 2013 4:32 PM ET

Lambda Literary Award Finalists You Must Read

Jase Peeples and Diane Anderson-Minshall

In celebration of the 2013 finalists, we review five nominated works of LGBT literature that should be at the top of you must-read list.

Op-ed: Transgender Dinosaurs, Part Deux: The Revenge of Judith Butler
March 05 2013 5:00 AM ET

Op-ed: Transgender Dinosaurs and Judith Butler's Revenge

Riki Wilchins

We're in a changing-of-the-guard moment where being transgender is more celebrated than feared.

WATCH 30 Years From Here
November 30 2012 2:23 PM ET

WATCH: 30 Years From Here Editors

A partnership with Hulu means now you can watch the entire, moving documentary on the first 30 years of the AIDS crisis produced by our sister network, Here TV.

A Young Activist Sets Out to Get Wiser About AIDS
August 14 2012 3:00 AM ET

Op-ed: Getting Wiser About AIDS Activism

Andy Cataldo

A Cycle for the Cause rider talks about his maturation as an HIV/AIDS activist.

Bret Easton Ellis Revives Hollywood Homophobia
August 08 2012 8:36 PM ET

Bret Easton Ellis Revives Hollywood Homophobia

Jeremy Kinser

Author Bret Easton Ellis says the possible casting of Matt Bomer as the male lead in the film adaptation of Fifty Shades of Grey is "absolutely ludicrous" because the actor is gay.

James Duke Mason Asks Whether Older Gay Films Have Lost Their Relevance
July 24 2012 7:00 AM ET

Op-ed: Have Older Gay Films Lost Their Relevance?

James Duke Mason

Few young LGBT people attended a recent anniversary screening of the landmark gay film Making Love. Is it because themes of the earlier films have lost their impact?