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APLAHW & REACH LA

Posted on January 16, 2015 by in Features

It’s a Life Thing Protecting young people of color in Los Angeles requires a whole-life focus by Larry Buhl Hip hop music blares over the mini-mall parking lot. A DJ shouts: “Get tested, and get a $10 gift card and enter a raffle for two tickets to see Chris Brown and Trey Songz at the [...]

Blood Ban Policy

Posted on January 13, 2015 by in Features

Blood Simple The FDA changes the ban on gay men donating blood—but just a little by Larry Buhl For advocates wanting to end the FDA’s thirty-two-year-old ban on gay or bi men (or MSMs) donating blood, it’s been one step forward, one step back. Men who had sex with men anytime since 1977 have been [...]

Jonathan Blake

Posted on January 12, 2015 by in Features, Movies & TV, The Arts

Proud Burst Long-Term Survivor Jonathan Blake Takes Us Behind the Scenes of the New Film Pride to Talk About Real-Life Activism by Dann Dulin “AND THE OSCAR GOES TO…” Yep, it’s that time of year again when the film community honors their peers for their ace performances. If I had that wee gold buff man [...]

Gays With Kids

Posted on January 9, 2015 by in Features

Bringing Up Baby When Brian Rosenberg found a scarcity of support & resources for navigating fatherhood, he helped launch the Web site, Gays with Kids by Dann Dulin Photos by Robert Figueroa / FotoFig.com You’re gay. Now I won’t have grandkids….” I recall the mother of my friend mournfully saying this to him in the [...]

Dance Speaks

Posted on January 2, 2015 by in Features, Music, Dance & Theater, The Arts

Dance Teachers A Baton Rouge theater company uses dance to educate about HIV/AIDS by Larry Buhl When audiences at the Manship Theatre in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, sat in anticipation of the first performance of the 2014 season, they received something they hadn’t expected: a message about the shockingly high rate of HIV/AIDS in their community. [...]

Straight Talk

Posted on December 19, 2014 by in Features

Straight Talk Five HIV-positive heterosexual men open up about sex, stigma & finding their voice by Chip Alfred Men who have sex with men—we all know this group bears the heaviest burden of HIV in the U.S. But what about men who have sex with women? Why aren’t there more resources out there addressing their [...]

Undetectable Flash Collective

Posted on December 18, 2014 by in Features

Undetectable, Not Invisible A Flash Collective Workshop Mounts an “Art Intervention” at New York Public Library by Larry Buhl Photos by Alina Oswald Last year Jason Baumann was curating “Why We Fight,” a chronicle of the history of HIV/AIDS activism for the New York Public Library, and tapped artist, writer and activist Avram Finkelstein to [...]

Alternate Endings

Posted on December 14, 2014 by in Features

Alternate Endings Visual AIDS marks the twenty-fifty anniversary of Day With(out) Art by Alina Oswald If art were a person, she—yes, she—would be a historian, documenting not only our desires and fantasies, but also the part of history usually left untold. And when it comes to documenting the history of AIDS, maybe there’s no better [...]

Holiday Gifts 2014: (Moleskine)RED

Posted on November 24, 2014 by in Features

Fast Track A&U’s 13th Annual Holiday Gift Guide                           The fast track. At one time, AIDS advocates and activists pushed the FDA to accelerate the research and development of anti-HIV medications. The pharma cupboard was empty, except for AZT and whatever slowed or [...]

Holiday Gifts 2014: Until There’s A Cure

Posted on November 23, 2014 by in Features

Fast Track A&U’s 13th Annual Holiday Gift Guide The fast track. At one time, AIDS advocates and activists pushed the FDA to accelerate the research and development of anti-HIV medications. The pharma cupboard was empty, except for AZT and whatever slowed or halted the progress of opportunistic infections. The government response to the AIDS crisis [...]