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Too many HIV advocates and leaders died of COVID-19, but the pandemic notwithstanding, 2020 took several AIDS icons.
The great (virtual) work begins! This time in support of amfAR’s Fund to Fight COVID-19.
On Sunday, June 18, 2017, I walked into Hammerstein Ballroom for “Broadway Bares“ and joy surged through my body.
The legendary AIDS activist was also an accomplished author.
The documentary “Howard” explores the life and AIDS-related death of Oscar-winning lyricist Howard Ashman.
“I’m sober because of ‘Broadway Bares,’ and I’m in ‘Broadway Bares’ because I’m sober.”
Bonus: Your donations to the Broadway Cares effort Emergency Grants for Pandemic Relief will be matched by Gilead Sciences.
An email launches a life-changing and flesh-baring experience.
What happens when a girl with HIV wants to have sex? The answer lies in Camryn Garrett’s “Full Disclosure.”
The celebrated playwright, 81, died of complications related to the novel coronavirus. Revisit our 2013 interview with the Broadway icon.
Lady Gaga and a full-frontal audition gave me a positive outlook on my future.
People remember the Tony-winning composer and lyricist.
In a 1997 POZ cover story, the “Hello, Dolly!” scribe raved about drug trials and the new lifesaving meds.
Artists living with HIV performed in “The Red Ribbon Revue” on World AIDS Day.
The annual “Broadway Bares” burlesque revue raised over $2 million for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.
“Broadway Bares” dancer Josh Cotham raised what for him was an unprecedented amount thanks to the support of his friend Brian Rice.
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