The exhibition 'One day this kid will get larger' provides a fresh perspective on HIV/AIDS.
David France, author of How to Survive a Plague: The Inside Story of How Citizens and Science Tamed AIDS, recounts lessons from the crisis and tells us how to prepare for Trump.
The fight for LGBTQ rights has produced some of America's most attention-grabbing—and effective—activism over the past half-century. Can that spirit reawaken under a Trump White House?
Demonstrations by the protest group Gays Against Guns feature veiled stand-ins for shooting victims, dressed all in white, silently marching to represent their spirit.
Twenty years ago, in response to government officials' failure to adequately respond to AIDS, ACT UP brought the bodies their inaction murdered to a place they couldn't be ignored—their front lawn.
Yesterday's die-in, held in New York outside investment firm BlackRock, Inc., proved that radical queer activism is still kicking.
The artist shares her essay 'Eleven' titled after the 11th anniversary of her mother's passing.
Avram Finkelstein, co-creator of the Silence=Death slogan, talks designing advocacy for the internet generation.
The artist explains how her self-portraits give voice to those living with HIV/AIDS today.
AIDS is perceived as a "gay man's disease," but lesbians were deeply committed to fighting it as well.