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“I can just visualize the potential social media posts making fun of something that is so important to our community.” [VIDEO]
Ashon T. Crawley’s “Homegoing” honors Black queer church musicians lost to AIDS. [VIDEOS]
Black women represent more than half the registrants of the U.S. Conference on HIV/AIDS, but racial disparity is far from solved.
Almost 30,000 of Freddie Mercury’s possessions—from his moustache comb to his baby grand piano—are up for auction.
New vocal music recordings of the great AIDS icon Michael Callen are being remastered and released.
His groundbreaking 1985 appearance on the evangelical TV show put a face to AIDS. The event was re-created in a 2021 Oscar-winning film.
Speakers, including Anthony Fauci, MD, recall the highs and lows of working with HIV activist and author Larry Kramer, who died in 2020.
HIV and LGBTQ activist Paul Aguilar is participating in a San Francisco study testing a monthly injectable treatment.
About 300,000 people with HIV are long-term survivors, meaning they acquired HIV before 1996, when effective treatment was introduced.
“‘AIDS’ in 2023 is a very stigmatizing term.… The word literally stops people from getting services.”
Heklina (aka Stefan Grygelko) “was not afraid to be sober and be frank about her HIV status.”
Produced by Sofia Coppola, “Fairyland” is based on a memoir by Alysia Abbott, who lost her dad to AIDS and was on the cover of POZ.
Music insider Fred T. Jackson told Men’s Health about the historic benefit concert and life as a Black gay man in the ’90s.
The couple, who helped launch the ACT UP Los Angeles Oral history Project and fought for women’s issues, died within hours of each other.
She also thanked the queer community for inventing the dance genre. Plus, here’s the story of Beyoncé’s beloved uncle Johnny.
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