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Swim for Life

Posted on September 12, 2014 by in Features, Noteworthy

Live, Love, Swim Turning the tables on the ice-bucket challenge, more than 400 swimmers plunged into the unseasonably mild waters of the Provincetown Harbor on Saturday, September 6th for the 27th annual Provincetown Swim for Life & Paddler Flotilla. Joined by more than 75 kayakers, safety boats, cheering supporters and an impressive staff of volunteers, [...]

Amazin LeThi

Posted on September 11, 2014 by in Features

Raise Your Voice Author, fitness guru & Athlete Ally Ambassador Amazin LeThi uses the universal language of sports to change the attitudes about HIV/AIDS in the Asian community and around the world Text & Photos by Alina Oswald “You gotta give them hope,” Harvey Milk once said. His words have inspired generations, and resonated with [...]

Jesse Finley Reed

Posted on September 5, 2014 by in Gallery

Bleakness & Becoming Jesse Finley Reed Explores Sexuality & Empowerment in the Age of AIDS by Stevie St. John When his lifelong physician grew serious and addressed him as “Mr. Reed,” Jesse Finley Reed was unsettled. Then the doctor asked Reed if he were a homosexual. It was 1993, two years before protease inhibitors would [...]

Nir Zilberman

Posted on August 29, 2014 by in Columns, Ruby's Rap

Ruby’s Rap by Ruby Comer Nir Zilberman I was stunned! My ruby red lips blanched white as I stared at a clothing store’s display window several months ago on West Hollywood’s Santa Monica Boulevard. Seated in a wheelchair and hooked up to an IV and an oxygen tank was a mannequin in a hospital gown. [...]

After the Cure

Posted on August 15, 2014 by in Positively Literary

Winner, Christopher Hewitt Award for Fiction After the Cure by Stephen S. Mills My fingers were always the perfect size for ribbon making: for cutting, looping, and pinning, or at least that’s what Charlie always said. But maybe he told me this so I’d do all the ribbons, and he could sit back and watch [...]

5th Annual LifeRide

Posted on August 12, 2014 by in Features, Noteworthy

Lead Feet and Heavy Hearts Fueled by amfAR and Kiehl’s, 5th Annual LifeRide motors across states to Governor’s Island for an unveiling of the Quilt Text and Photos by Sean Black On Monday, August 11th, after a 12-day motorcycle journey from Milwaukee to New York City, a band of not-so-weary travellers revved their engines onto [...]

Suzanne Somers

Posted on August 11, 2014 by in Cover Story

Her Dedication At sixty-seven, acclaimed entertainer, women’s health and beauty advocate & bestselling author Suzanne Somers turns the pages of her life to the chapters facing AIDS by Sean Black Photos by Cindy Gold Suzanne Somers is feeling good and staying healthy—Naturally! Beloved worldwide for her endearing role as Chrissy Snow on the smash sitcom, [...]

Kevin Truong

Posted on July 15, 2014 by in Columns, Ruby's Rap

Ruby’s Rap by Ruby Comer Kevin Truong What keeps Miss Ruby on top of her game? The four divine “P’s,” that’s what—Patience plus Persistence plus Passion equals Payoff! This is my daily mantra and it seems to be the same for photographer, Kevin Truong (rhymes with “thong”). Creator of The Gay Men Project, he travels [...]

Michael Urie

Posted on July 7, 2014 by in Cover Story

Stepping Back Michael Urie Discusses the Importance of the Arts in Teaching Life’s Lessons by Dann Dulin Photographed Exclusively for A&U by Annie Tritt My favorite Pandora station is ‘Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass’!” boasts Michael Urie with stirring delight. He then air trumpets a few notes from the 1965 hit, “Whipped Cream.” An [...]

The Stigma Project

Posted on June 20, 2014 by in Features

The Benefit of Friends Scott McPherson and Chris Richey Became Fast Pals, and Then Evolved That Relationship Into Empowering Others with The Stigma Project by Dann Dulin They clicked. When Chris Richey and Scott McPherson met in Los Angeles, they discovered that they were both passionate about the same issues. One issue was HIV/AIDS stigma. [...]