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"The only thing we had in common was the presence of HIV in our lives -- but you would have hardly known it from our high spirits and passion for living."
"Dallas Buyers Club isn't interested in making the truth very pretty. A river of infected blood runs through it. So, too, does practically every other bodily fluid, along with bruises that won't heal."
"Today, it's hard for me to recall a time in which I was afraid of becoming infected. I only know a life living with the virus, and my fears of HIV itself are long past."
At the recent 2013 United States Conference on AIDS (USCA) in New Orleans, the word "stigma" wafted through the event, in workshops and throughout the exhibit hall, like an annoying new pop song you couldn't stop humming.
The Stigma Project. The Mr....
"These guys must be getting the hang of this, because we discussed and revealed things like never before. From crystal meth addiction to our mothers, nothing was off limits."
"I knew about assisted suicide but had never heard of the mechanics of it firsthand, or considered the logistics a caring lover would undertake -- or had witnessed the haunted result like the one that now sat chain smoking across my living room."
"[My brother Richard] had phoned me after weeks of frustrating silence about the declining health of his lover Emil. He said that Emil wanted to see me. I walked through their front door within an hour."
"We hoped for a cure early on, and then our hope faded. Before long, we didn't dare hope any longer. We just wanted treatment to ease the suffering and slow the dying."
National HIV Testing Day is next Thursday, June 27, and there is no better time to praise the many HIV negative gay men who are making smart decisions to remain that way. Hooray, HIV negative gay men! Let's show some love for our negative brothers, w...
"What the world needs now is a message of tolerance toward people living with HIV. Delivered by me."