Steve Hayes: Advocate

Legacy Actor and comedian Steve Hayes talks about Tired Old Queen at the Movies, movies, & New York City before and after the early days...

François Nambot & Geoffrey Couët on New Film, Paris 05:59 Théo...

What do you want? For me to tattoo HIV+ on my ass? Because idiots like you don’t take precaution? It takes two to screw up. I didn’t...

Larry Kramer In Love and Anger: Review

Is there love in anger? Or anger in love? The answer might just be a resounding “yes,” in both cases, especially when individuals find...

Reversed: HIV+

Reversed: HIV+ A TV Show Addresses Testing & Treatment by Justin B Terry-Smith The first series of Discovery Life’s Reversed was geared toward changing views on diabetes,...

Voices of the Quilt Announces Release Party to Premiere “One by...

Join the Custom Made Theatre Company of San Francisco, hosts (along with the San Francisco AIDS Foundation, The HIV Story Project, the San Francisco...

Last Man Standing, Doc About HIV Long-Term Survivors, Streaming Free

Last Men Standing the heart-wrenching documentary film by Erin Brethauer and Tim Hussin at the San Francisco Chronicle, premiered on April 8, 2016,...

When AIDS Was Funny: Review

When AIDS Was Funny Directed by Scott Calonico AD&D Production, Ltd. Reviewed by T.J. Banks The dots just don’t connect when it comes to Ronald Reagan and the...

Positively Beautiful: Review

Positively Beautiful Directed by Diveena Cooppan Mo Berry Productions/Wicked Delicate Reviewed by T.J. Banks When you come to the edge of all the light you have known and...

Merce: A Modern Day HIV Comedy

Flamboyant, funny, outrageous, glamorous, bawdy, while also very much “the guy next door” (in a funny, glamorous way that is), Merce captures, ever so...

VIVA, Find Your Voice: Review

VIVA: Find Your Voice Directed by Paddy Breathnach Magnolia Pictures Reviewed by Alina Oswald “Why is everyone on this island addicted to drama?” Luis Alberto Garcia’s character, Mama,...

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Meet Clay Brown: Fiction by Christina Renee Milliner

Meet Clay Brown by Christina Renee Milliner “My name is Clay Brown, I’m 19, and I was born with HIV.” Four sets of questioning eyes glared at...

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