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Rock Hudson, 30 Years Later: Has Hollywood Made Any Progress Dealing With HIV?

In 1985, Hollywood heartthrob Rock Hudson appeared on national television, visibly ill, but does Hollywood care about HIV anymore?

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HIV at 38: Our Longtime Companion

June 5 is Long-Term Survivors Awareness Day, meant to shine a light on the physical and mental health issues long-term survivors of HIV encounter.

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Culture
In This AIDS-Free Alternate Universe, Poppers Save the World

Leo Herrera’s Fathers Project asks, “What if AIDS never happened?” and presents a vibrant queer community that has flourished in the epidemic’s absence

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Celebrities
Lea DeLaria Sounds Off on the Problems Inherent in the LGBTQ Community’s ‘Alphabet Soup’

‘Orange is the New Black’ actor Lea DeLaria speaks about the problem with the LGBTQ acronym as opposed to a term that really brings us together

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News
India’s Gay Prince Just Called Out Religious Hypocrites Who Propositioned Him for Sex

At a recent talk, Indian gay prince Manvendra Singh Gohil claimed that the country’s anti-gay religious leaders hypocritically propositioned him for sex

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A New Employee-Led Report on the Human Rights Campaign Calls It a ‘White Men’s Club’

The Human Rights Campaign has an HRC diversity problem, according to a new report which details instances of favoritism, exclusion and exploitation

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Business
Chick-fil-A Wants to Open in Toronto, But Canadians Are Ready to Protest and Boycott

Will Canadians boycott Chick-fil-A in Toronto as the anti-LGBTQ fast-food chain establishes its first international restaurants? It seems they will

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This Mother’s Offer to Be a Stand-In Parent at Same-Sex Weddings Has Gone Viral

Sara Cunningham, an ‘activist mommy’ with a gay son, made a viral Facebook offer to attend same-sex weddings if the spouses’ parents refuse to

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A Federal Court Just Ruled Adoption Agencies Can’t Discriminate Against Gay Couples

Catholic Social Services, an adoption agency in Philadelphia tried to sue when the city required it to work with same-sex couples, but its plan backfired

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6 Activists Form a Rainbow Flag in Front of Russian Authorities at the World Cup (Updated)

The Hidden Flag campaign brought six activists from six different countries to the World Cup in protest of Russia and Chechnya’s persecution of LGBT people

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