An incomplete timeline of our LGBTQ forebears using their bodies to make change when they had few other tools to work with.
"We're here with [Jonathan Van Ness], and we welcome him if he wants to get involved."
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"Looking at the photos, I felt like the whole world was falling down around me. I had an overwhelming feeling of loss and devastation, and had to go to the bathroom so that no one would see me crying."
It's not as bad as I thought.
A recent survey suggests half of Canadians wouldn't eat food prepared by a HIV-positive individual. June's Eatery wants to change that.
The Calgary nurse got the idea from ‘Dallas Buyers Club.’
Three recent exhibitions show that though HIV is no longer a death sentence, the art world is still grappling with its psychological toll.
How photographer Alvin Baltrop captured a culture of queer sex that might have otherwise been lost to history.
In the GMHC's Buddy Program, the isolation and depression many feel while aging with HIV has a simple cure: a friend.
Our nonchalant attitude towards this problem is just as detrimental as the drugs themselves.
We spent three blissful years together—then a darkness took hold.