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The end of HIV is near ... If we make use of the tools available to us today. And that is no short order. READ MORE.
Being 71, I have lived through pretty much all phases of the battle to achieve equal protection for members of our community. READ MORE.
It's that time of year when, with joy or dread, we all get ready for the holidays. READ MORE.
On Nov. 20, Transgender Day of Remembrance is marked with events, marches, letters from dignitaries and so on. Die-ins are held, walkways are chalked, and in at least one location, city hall is awash in the colors of the transgender flag. As its founder, I'm always surprised and humbled to see the reaction to TDOR every year. READ MORE.
We plan in the coming year to building a more robust HIVAIDS program that can support policies and programs toward achieving zero new infections, zero discrimination and zero HIV-related deaths in our community. But we are only as good as our partners. READ MORE.
Although fear is a legitimate emotion - one I would never discount - fear has a tendency to create paranoia. This could not be more apparent than in the alleged connection between terrorist attacks in Paris and the ongoing Syrian refugee crisis. READ MORE.
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- Q&A: Kylie Minogue Talks First Christmas Album, 'Hating' the Boxes People Put Her In & Her Mistletoe Man ('You Should Love Who You Love')
- The Authentic Life: Sarah Paulson Talks 'Carol,' Pressure To Be An LGBT Activist & Why She Misses Jessica Lange
- Q&A: Joe Jonas On Gay Clubbin' With Nick, Flattering Advances & How a Jonas Brothers Reunion Could 'Easily Happen'
- An Open Letter To Dana Nessel, From The Transgender Community of Michigan
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