In March, The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation presented the annual AIDSWatch in Washington, DC. That’s when folks living with HIV get advocacy training and then meet with members of Congress to educate them about the epidemic. For the second year, many of Taylor’s grandkids participated, this time to promote comprehensive sex education and the Real Education for Healthy Youth Act. “Our grandmother wanted to lift the curtain on ignorance, bigotry and fear, revealing truth and acceptance,” Laela Wilding, Taylor’s eldest granddaughter, tells POZ. “Her utmost concern was raising awareness of issues relating to sex, sexuality, HIV and AIDS in order to reduce stigma.”