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Four decades after the first HIV diagnosis, advocates reflect on its impact on medicine, the LGBTQ rights movement, and society as a whole.
A Georgia homeowner says he found several anti-gay slurs and offensive messages scratched into his car earlier this week.
Lord Norman Fowler, the new UNAIDS ambassador, says overturning bans on same-sex relations would help in curbing the spread of HIV.
"Wojnarowicz: F**k You F*ggot F**ker" speaks through the late artist's work to illustrate his fiery life and times
"Super-inspired" by a starring role in It's a Sin, Years & Years singer Olly Alexander steals hearts on-screen and in song
A resurfaced clip shows Pat Robertson making a claim so outrageous that the network was forced to edit it
Far-right media figure reportedly said "Gays deserved their fate" during the HIV/AIDS epidemic
The AIDS crisis drops like a bomb on 1980s London, rocking a circle of friends in Russell T. Davies' "It’s a Sin"
Laura Linney, Patti LuPone, Bryan Tyree Henry and others will perform scenes from Tony Kushner's groundbreaking drama
The VA allegedly didn’t tell a Navy veteran he was HIV-positive for 20 years.
More than 50 organizations are urging the White House to heed lessons learned from the HIV epidemic to ensure that best practices are used to...
After a visit from a dying Roy Cohn, Trump told guests he fumigated the silverware
HHS has launched an audit into the use of fetal tissue, an essential component in researching drugs and treatments to combat HIV
Morgan created the "Do-Re-Mi" parody to raise money and awareness for AIDS/LifeCycle
For Theater J's Adam Immerwahr, the questions raised by Roz and Ray are precisely the point