Mark S. King recognized himself on page after page of a new book on gay men and crystal meth, including the fusing of sexuality and addiction, stumbling blocks of recovery and the deep shame that haunts active addiction and the recovery process.
Fresh from the U.S. Conference on AIDS, Mark S. King brings us three AIDS czars, one stripper pole, a ferocious batch of trans protestors and more inspirational front-line workers than you can shake a stick at.
Any campaign that blends living with HIV with a sense of empowerment and joy always grabs Mark S. King's attention. A new fave is the Wizards of Poz, a social media campaign that celebrates people living with HIV who are taking charge of their lives....
Did you know that you can have a personal stake in ending the AIDS epidemic? It's called getting an HIV test! Mark S. King outlines five reasons to say yes to the test.
Can you be positive and proud? In a new Visual AIDS Web Gallery, Mark S. King poses that very question.
After defunding a Louisiana advocacy event two weeks ago because a litigant in a case against AHF was funding it, AHF has given the funding back -- and claimed they never took it away.
Mark S. King reports that the day after a whistleblower lawsuit against AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) was made public, AHF pulled funding from an upcoming event co-organized by a plaintiff.
In exclusive interviews, one of the plaintiffs, Jack Carrel of Louisiana, his lead counsel Theodore Leopold, and several prominent figures in the HIV arena speak out about the charges and what the lawsuit could mean.
He's been cured of HIV, but he's still very much a part of the HIV community. Timothy Ray Brown is joining this year's "POZ Cruise," which is being hosted by Mark S. King for the fifth year in a row!