How AIDS Gave Gays Marriage (May 21, 2004)
In the 1980s, many people assumed that the U.S. AIDS crisis would push gay men even further out of mainstream society; as Christopher Caldwell explains, they couldn't have been more wrong.
In Financial Times
Syphilis Relapse: Cases Soar in New York City (April 6, 2004)
Syphilis was nearly eradicated in the United States just six years ago, but its resurgence in New York City may be the harbinger of something even more frightening: a new HIV epidemic, particularly among gay men.
In The Village Voice
Born Again (December 2003)
Will Tony Kushner's Broadway hit turned HBO movie -- the story of a white gay American man with Kaposi's sarcoma -- inspire audiences now that global AIDS has the spotlight?.
The Culture of Disease (August 1, 2003)
Excerpts from an op-ed by actor Harvey Fierstein on HIV and the gay community.
In CDC HIV/Hepatitis/STD/TB Prevention News Update, from CDC National Prevention Information Network
Pride and Prejudice (May 2003)
A psychologist answers the question: "What do I do if I want to go to a GLBT Pride parade, but I'm disturbed by the participants' behavior?".
In Body Positive, from Body Positive
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