How one visual artist works around social-media censorship to start vital conversations about the human experience, queerness, anti-racism, and our responsibilities to each other.
The Murders That Haunted Toronto’s Gayborhood for the Past Decade—And a Chat With the Journalist Who Covered Them
Justin Ling’s ‘Missing From the Village’ is the deep-dive book version of his years-long investigation into why the police failed to connect dots—until they finally did.
Public health experts say it only makes things worse, but it can still feel necessary.
The amfAR and ACRIA cofounder, a hero in 1980s and ’90s New York City, died in London on Jan. 24 at age 88.
A new report shows the extent to which Trump filled court seats with judges holding anti-LGBTQ records. How fast can Biden offset that?
Ruth Coker Burks on Her Five-Hankie Memoir of Caring for and Loving Gay Men With AIDS in 1980s and ’90s Arkansas
‘All the Young Men’ is an extraordinary account of Burks’ one-woman ministry amid stunning homophobia, ignorance, and cruelty.
New York State HIV and Health Providers Are Terrified of This Impending Cut From Gov. Cuomo’s Office
Activists and health care providers say that planned cuts in the Medicaid 340B program will decimate their funding for crucial services to vulnerable populations during COVID—and destroy the state’s goal of ending the HIV epidemic.
Don’t let fear of a loose hole keep you from experiencing the salacious splendors of butt stuff, if you’re inclined to try. Just be kind to yourself and listen to your body.
Brooklyn Artist Louis Fratino Is Depicting Gay Male Sex and Intimacy in the More Chill Gen Z Era of PrEP
His work strives to honor the legacy of 1980s queer artists, but without falsely “mythologizing” that era.
Elton John and Greg Louganis will “be” there—and you’re invited! It’s a (voluntary) fundraiser for the HIV longtime survivors’ network The Reunion Project.