November 18 2010 4:00 AM
The mid 1990s -- specifically the two-year period beginning in December 1995 during which five revolutionary, lifesaving protease inhibitor medications were approved --mark the single biggest turning point in the global battle against HIV and AIDS. Times are a changing again, and now, there are a slew of new HIV drugs that will change the world and lengthen lives.
It's taken three years and the fight is still not over, but members of the country's most famous group of biking lesbians are finally winning the right to own their own name.
Survivor's gay Mormon Rafe Judkins talks about coming close to winning the game, not eating the sacrificial chicken, and being betrayed with a wink
Fox TV's irreverent animated series aired an episode this summer that showcases a comic musical number called "You Have AIDS." Overburdened AIDS service organizations are not amused.
In an exclusive interview, psychologist Warren Throckmorton--fired and rehired by Magellan Health Services--insists that he's not a reparative therapist and that his far-right pals didn't pressure Magellan to rehire him. But he does think some gays can go straight. And apparently so does Magellan
Survivor: Palau's out gay contestant--and self-described "flamboyant queen"--talks about girls vs. guys, which other contestant he'd like to marry, and whether those donuts cost him $1 million