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Reagan was vicious in his silent treatment of the HIV epidemic, but Trump’s lips and zipper have the same problem: he can’t keep either shut
Tony Kusher’s AIDS-theme masterwork is back on Broadway after 25 years.
Plus: The publication of a sweeping oral history that recounts the AIDS-themed masterpiece.
With the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief budget up in the air, advocates worry that PEPFAR will cap HIV treatment elsewhere.
Here’s what happened after Hillary praised the Reagans for their AIDS advocacy.
Shawn visits the dentist. People magazine, featuring the Reagans, is on the coffee table. Shawn takes a selfie with the Reagans.
After claiming the Reagans helped start “a national conversation” about AIDS, Clinton tweets that she “misspoke.”
POZ contributing writer Shawn Decker gives a firsthand account of a White House special event.
Anyone who continues to defend President Reagan’s response to AIDS is ignoring a history of gross negligence
ACT UP’s 25th anniversary this month has prompted reflection on ACT UP over the years.
It’s proof positive that misperceptions, myths and stigma still surround HIV.
A reader asks Andrew Sullivan: “What did you think of Reagan’s response to the AIDS crisis and what’s your view of him in general?”
"They (democrats) actually wanted us to believe that Reagan had the disease, was sneaking into gay people’s houses at night...
Why the heroic boy from Indiana is more than just the namesake for the Ryan White CARE Act
Last week a 40-foot bronze statue of Ronald Reagan was unveiled in Washington DC. Here’s a speech
AIDS fundraising is changing.
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