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Activism for Black Queers Can't End When the Protests Do

All Black lives matter. They always have. 

Pedro Zamora's Legacy Hasn't Dimmed 25 Years After His Death

In the pantheon of LGBTQ heroes, Pedro Zamora's memory is painted at the front line.

Why the LGBTQ Community Turned a Human Right Into a Holiday

Many straight and cis people don't understand why we need Pride. It never hurts to remind them why it's imperative, and some of us could use a refresher, too.

Gays, It's Time to Ditch Heteronormative Weddings

Traditional weddings can be so boring, so why not make it a queer affair?

Having HIV Doesn't Mean You Can't Have Kids

Being HIV-positive doesn't need to get in the way of your dreams, including building a family.

There's a Reason Many Gay, Bi Men Don't Report Sexual Violence

Even when Tyler Curry did, the system cared more about protecting his abuser than him.

True Confessions of a Former Gym Bunny

Tyler Curry on his journey to purge himself of a dangerous vanity.

Yep, I’m HIV-Positive And Happy

Now that I'm closer to achieving everything I wanted in life, is my story as an HIV-positive man irrelevant?

Confessions of a Not-So-Newly HIV-Positive 30-Something

Tyler Curry has a message for all those living in the HIV closet.

Dear Gay Men, An Open Letter

The same kind of fear that keeps us from coming out as gay keeps many of us from coming out as HIV-positive.

AIDS Activist Peter Staley Talks PrEP

The longtime activist offers up unvarnished views and knocks down anti-PrEP fear-peddlers.

These Apps Offer Peace of Mind on HIV

How mobile apps can offer some piece of mind when it comes to HIV and hooking up.

Without a Date: Being Poz at 67

At this age, I’m closer to death from old age than from HIV complications.

Was Taylor Swift Singing About HIV Criminalization?

Taylor Swift’s lyrics resonate in a troubling way for those who’ve seen blood reconfigured as a weapon by misguided HIV criminalization laws.

What Life Would Have Been Like Without ACT UP

Matthew Ebert wonders what might have become of him, had he not joined ACT UP in 1987.

Op-ed: How San Francisco Is Beating HIV

After a frustrating, decades-long stagnation in rates of HIV transmission, there's a breakthrough in San Francisco. With information and strategy we can overpower HIV.

6 Questions On How Life Ball Fights Stigma

Gery Keszler, founder of one of the largest and most glamorous AIDS fundraising events worldwide, on the ongoing mission to fight stigma.

Op-ed: We're Still Too Shy When Talking About HIV

We’re still too reluctant to start vital conversations.

Working Together to Achieve An AIDS-Free Generation

The intersection of knowledge, interventions, and opportunities is helping to achieve the goals of the National HIV/AIDS Strategy.