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This is Gay History 101: “50 Years After Stonewall”

In the heart of the meatpacking district, Fort Gansevoort presents “A Look Back: 50 Years After Stonewall.” Through a variety of mediums, Visitors are treated to a...

Pride Continues with These Local Stonewall 50 Exhibits

The Big Apple clearly values the impact its vibrant gay community has had on the ever-changing face of New York. And as the world looked this year to NYC for WorldPride and the...

This Is How AIDS Killed “America’s Favorite Dad,” Actor Robert Reed

Actor Robert Reed shocked the nation when he died suddenly on May 12, 1992 from AIDS-related colon cancer. He lived his entire life in the closet, although those closest to him...

This Is How Five Amazing Groups Are Actually Fighting HIV/AIDS

The long-term goal is ending the epidemic, but much is being accomplished along the way. It’s tempting to praise organizations who help address the needs of people living...

This Is How a Happy Gay Couple Shares Breakfast with Meds

Sebastian recounts the joy of sharing breakfast with his fiancé, and how part of that morning ritual makes them part of a new generation of happy, healthy, loving gay couples....

A Brief History of HIV Testing

How testing became more effective, more efficient and one of our best tools for ending the epidemic. HIV testing: just hearing those words is enough to give many people a dose of...

Here’s Why… and How U=U Means HIV is No Longer a Death Sentence

ABC-TV correspondent Karl Schmid continues to break down walls when it comes to the fight against HIV stigma. Last year, Schmid blew up the internet and landed on the cover of...

Ryan Murphy Heads Back to the Ballroom for Season 2 of “Pose”

Pose is personal for series creator Ryan Murphy. Murphy has so far been tight-lipped about happens next his behind-the-ballroom drama. All anyone’s been permitted to say...

These Are 3 Fabulous New Books about the Fine Art of Being Gay

See queer photographer Tom Bianchi’s intimate inspirations, meet an art lover who helped shape iconic institutions, and experience art after the Stonewall Uprising. Tom...

Do You Know the Late Gay Lyricist Behind “Aladdin”?

Lyricist Howard Ashman is the unsung hero who helped create the contemporary Disney musical. He was also gay and died of AIDS at 40. Most of his many awards and nominations? They...

This Is What You Need to Know about Traveling with HIV

Concerned that living with HIV will affect your ability to travel? There’s a lot to consider when traveling. Add HIV into the mix and it may seem more complicated. Horror...

This Is How Wayland Flowers and Madame Made the ’80s So Gay

Wayland Flowers was one of the first openly gay entertainers to find acceptance in mainstream America. In an era when even Paul Lynde was still in the closet, Flowers hid nothing....