Today is the 33rd anniversary of Rock Hudson’s death from AIDS-related complications, abandoned by his Republican friends, including Rona and Nancy Reagan
One of the many shameful things of his presidency was the Ronald Reagan HIV response, or lack thereof; it was only into his second term he even said ‘AIDS’
On the unofficial birthday of Larry Kramer’s pioneering activist organization, we take you through ACT UP history, including the famous CBS News disruption
On Dec. 1, the entire world bows its head in remembrance of those we’ve lost while raising its voice in determination to beat the epidemic, but how did it start?
If you’re trying to figure out just what Donald Trump’s going to do next, these documentaries by the BBC’s Adam Curtis may hold the answer
It’s National Gay Men’s HIV/AIDS Awareness Day! Are you aware that actress Elizabeth Taylor ran a secret underground HIV/AIDS drug smuggling ring?
It’s hard to believe the Log Cabin Republicans have been around for almost 40 years — it’s even harder to believe they still support a party that hates them
It’s Ronald Reagan’s 12-year deathiversary! Here’s an incomplete list of some of the terrible things he was (at least partially) responsible for.
Hillary Clinton just praised Nancy Reagan’s ‘low-key advocacy’ on AIDS. Last we checked, killing your friend isn’t ‘advocacy’.
Nancy Reagan is dead. She could have helped save Rock Hudson and thousands of others with HIV, but she didn’t.
Let’s all celebrate Ronald Reagan’s 105th birthday by remembering that his administration did nothing to stop the AIDS epidemic… nothing except laugh.
From “Born In The USA” to “American Girl,” a playlist of hits that Republicans didn’t listen to very closely before using them as campaign anthems.