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POZ Magazine's founder and advisory editor, executive director of the Sero Project and author of Body Counts: A Memoir of Politics, Sex, AIDS and Survival.
Masking Fear and Discrimination is directed by filmmaker Christopher King and produced by HIV writer Mark S. King.
I knew he was ready to let go. But it still hurts a lot.
Salon.com published an excerpt from my book about Bill Clinton's administration and how poorly they responded to HIV/AIDS epidemic
Thank you to the Des Moines Register for its editorial leadership in advocating for modernization of Iowa's HIV criminalization statute.
Next week's NFL's A Football Life Cable TV program will feature former NFL player Jerry Smith, who was gay, closeted & died of AIDS in 1986.
She was disappointed that Matthew McConaughey and Jared Leto failed to use their platform at the Golden Globes
Writing Body Counts was a promise kept, a responsibility as a survivor of Plague Years to pay tribute to the friends, lovers and comrades
My work today, with the Sero Project, fighting HIV-related stigma, discrimination and criminalization, is about the future
A 25-year-old woman from the central part of the state, not far from where I live part of the time, was charged with sexual assault
In my new book 'Body Counts,' I recount a horrible experience I had meeting Wilson at a dinner party in New York two decades ago.
Last night, the U.S. Senate passed an act which included two provisions of particular importance to the HIV and LGBT communities
Fashion mogul Kenneth Cole produced a documentary this year about amfAR, the American Foundation for AIDS Research.
Thirty-three years ago this evening, John Lennon was murdered as he entered the Dakota.
There is something kind of simplistic for someone who came so close to death to give thanks to their doctor for having 'saved' them.
A few years ago, there was so little attention paid to the issue and so few seemed to care about it.
I didn't realize the significance of his impact on my life until after he died, of AIDS, in 1990.
I'm a little nervous about it, to be frank, because it is a self-serving endeavor; the blog and website were created to promote my book.
There is no POZ unsung hero more deserving of recognition and appreciation than Dennis Daniel.