Latest by Tim Murphy
"Still Fighting for Our Lives," an exhibition running through Dec. 31 at Philadelphia's William Way LGBT Center, showcases part of the collection amassed by the city's acclaimed AIDS Library.
Check out this video of folks taking part in the fight to overturn outdated, uninformed laws that can put HIV-positive people in prison for years.
Jennifer Flynn and Jaron Benjamin talk about the sleep-deprived, adrenaline-charged madness of pulling together day after day of mass protests -- and about what they see as the real prize: universal health care.
We chatted with Lady Quesa'Dilla, who's feeding queer black and brown children guacamole -- and self-love.
How long would you be willing to go off your meds for a cure study? A week? A month? Until your viral load becomes detectable?
It's not surprising that Trump lashed out at a black business leader, instead of violent racists, says Tim Murphy. But let's note the hypocrisy of that drug pricing jab -- and learn what we can do to actually lower drug costs.
"Despite years working in HIV activism, it was my first 'real' arrest. It was finally time for me to practice civil disobedience to try to save American healthcare," writes activist Tim Murphy.
A Q&A with author and activist Anne-christine d'Adesky on her 1990s AIDS memoir _The Pox Lover_.
A raw new documentary explores how the "gay white men's drug" has spread to gay men of color, raising an extra set of challenges.
As director of policy, she's the highest-ranking trans person ever at GMHC. And, she's still trying to be "a good housewife."