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Rock Hudson, 35 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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39 Years of HIV, and the Audacity of Our Survival Endures

June 5, 1981, marks the first official report of HIV. We’ve lived through 39 years of this global pandemic. Our communities were devastated, millions died, and while there have been great advancements in treatment and prevention, there is still no vaccine or cure. Now we find ourselves in the midst[…]

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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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