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After I decided to open up about my HIV status my doctor sent my some issues of POZ Magazine. And I didn’t feel alone on my new journey.
Stephen Gendin’s name will be inscribed in the Circle of Friends at the AIDS Memorial Grove. The fundraiser that made this happen.
This blog post was originally published on August 1, 2010. Today marks 15 years since Stephen passed.
Stephen and I met in 1988 through ACT UP/New York... He had recently graduated from Brown University.
Looking back, I envied Stephen’s easy style, and was honored by his friendship and how he showed me that HIV could be cool as hell.
A memorial gathering was held for Stephen Gendin by his friends and family at the LGBT Community Center.
How his and others’ donations help LGBT teens protect themselves against HIV
By 2000, such laments had become daily topics of conversation for HIVers, who debated the price they were paying for lab-number “health.”
Whatever happened to AIDS activism? Stephen Gendin dares his comrades to bite the hand that feeds ‘em.
Stephen Gendin was the irrreplacable It Boy of AIDS and queer activism. His comrades. lovers, and friends explain.
From daily fashion statements to his fearless statements of other kinds, in life Stephen was impossible to miss.
In Stephen Gendin’s death, Larry Kramer sees every HIVer’s future. And the reason for us to be heroes again.
Stephen Gendin goes in for a Pap smear and comes out with a date for surgery.
Stephen Gendin pulls a Proust and goes searching for lost time. He hopes he doesn’t find dementia lurking in a budding grove.
Meds made a mess of his intestines. Now, with this Diarrhea Diary, former slave to the porcelain Stephen Gendin shares his dirty laundry.
Stephen Gendin passes an early-warning test for HIV-associated dementia. He may be nuts, but he isn’t crazy.
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