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Fearing No Evil
by Regan Hofmann with Oriol R. Gutierrez Jr.
David Kuria works for the Gay and Lesbian Coalition of Kenya where he risks his life daily to provide safe sanctuary and advocacy for the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people in Africa and around the world. Now, he is running for Kenya’s Senate. A basic tenet of his work is showing that a global push for gay rights helps bolster the fight against HIV. His dream? A day when no LGBT person has to choose between being openly gay—or being killed.

The French Connection
by Tim Murphy
Didier Lestrade cofounded ACT UP Paris. His life and work trace the arcs of AIDS and gay activism in France, much as those of Larry Kramer do in the United States. Just when Lestrade worried that his legacy might be fading, he was immortalized—in a roman à clef by a writer almost half his age. But his true history, he feels, remains unwritten.

Hep C Treatment Transformation
by Tim Murphy
New drugs will offer people with hard-to-treat hepatitis C genotype 1 a second chance to clear their virus.

“C” the Future
by Tim Murphy
Look what else is coming down the pike to go up against hepatitis C.

It’s in the Mail
by Benjamin Ryan
Make sure your drugs get delivered without delay.

7 Tips to Get Your Meds on Time
by Benjamin Ryan

Some Big Facts About the Big C
by Laura Whitehorn
Can HIV-positive people lower their risk of cancer death?

Cure Watch
by Laura Whitehorn
One man’s cure could lead to a cure for all.

Clever Campaigner
by Oriol R. Gutierrez Jr.
Neil Giuliano is the new CEO of the San Francisco AIDS Foundation. Previously, he was president of the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD), where he expanded the LGBT media watchdog. When he served as mayor of Tempe, Arizona, it was the largest U.S. city with an openly gay mayor. Here, he shares his passion for leadership and his commitment to HIV/AIDS.

Scared Safe?
by Trenton Straube
NYC's New prevention campaign divides advocates. 

Hey Mr. DJ
by Willette Francis
HOT 97 lands itself in hot water over HIV comments.

Playing Sex Games
by Cristina González
Teens get their game on as sex ed goes digital.

Pozarazzi
On February 10 amfAR kicked off New York City’s annual fashion week with its own annual New York Gala.

Boys Who Like Boys
by Lauren Tuck
Meet David Munk, the latest HIV-positive reality TV star, and his best friend

Rewriting History
by Willette Francis
How a memoir about AIDS and loss became a labor of love 

Editor's Letter
by Regan Hofmann
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Native Son
by Willette Francis
In 1997, while a graduate student in Los Angeles, Elton Naswood learned his older brother, Eldon “Ebba” Naswood, was HIV positive. They had much in common, both being Navajo and gay. 

 


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