“If people wanted to be out, the only place they could be respected was the queer community.”
I was raised in a feminist household. My mother saw the posters in New York, and said it was the “shot heard round the world.”
Mathilde Krim, a prominent AIDS researcher who fought the stigma surrounding the disease, has died.
For World AIDS Day, read this life-affirming story written by a young Jewish man who lost his life to the disease.
Playwright William Hoffman, one of the first writers to confront the AIDS pandemic in “As Is,” has died at 78.
Mark Wainberg, a trailblazing Canadian AIDS researcher, reportedly died Tuesday after swimming in rough water in Bal Harbour, Florida. He was 71.
Elizabeth Taylor was reportedly running a ‘Dallas Buyers Club’-like secret network out of her Bel Air mansion to get medication to people with HIV.
The Israel Defense Forces will now draft HIV-positive people, changing its polic, officials said on World AIDS day.
When it came to increasing public awareness of the AIDS crisis in America when it needed it most, few journalists did as much as The New York Times’ Jeffrey Schmalz in such a short period of time.
“Larry Kramer In Love & Anger,” which premieres on HBO next week, is a ‘warts and all’ biography about one of the pioneers of AIDS activism.