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Pride for Hannah has always meant being as out as possible. But she comes to the LGBT community tangentially, so being out to her has meant outing others.
How to Survive a Plague has been nominated for Best Documentary at the 85th Academy Awards!
Spencer Cox, a noted activist in the fight against AIDS, passed away Tuesday morning at New York’s Columbia Presbyterian Hospital of causes related to the disease. He was 44.
Opening in select theaters this weekend, How to Survive a Plague is an unflinching and powerfully moving look at how the activists behind groups like ACT UP forced the medical establishment into action following its tragically stunted response to the HIV/AIDS crisis. Now director David France talks to GLAAD about the film, and read on for your chance to win tickets to the film's New York premiere tomorrow night!
Forty-eight percent of new HIV infections are LGBT men of color? Why? Rod 2.0 founder and blogger Rod McCullom sits down with the CDC to discuss this epidemic during the International AIDS Conference which wrapped up in DC earlier this week.
The International AIDS Conference kicked-off over the weekend. More than 30,000 people are expected to gather in our nation's capital.
Black gay men in the United States are at the highest risk of contracting HIV of any people in the world, according to a new report released by Black AIDS Institute. And with a 60 percent chance of being infected by age 40, inadequate access to health care and resources as well as a lack of institutional attention to black gay men, not risky behavior, are to blame.
Today we remember GLAAD co-founder and LGBT and AIDS activist Vito Russo.
Yesterday, the National Center for Transgender Equality (NCTE), the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force, and the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) released Injustice at Every Turn: A Look at Latino/a Respondents in the National Transgender Discrimination Survey, revealing that transgender Latino/a people face poverty, unemployment, homelessness, discrimination and violence at significantly higher rates than both the overall transgender population and the general population.
Today marks the 23rd anniversary of World AIDS Day, an international observance in support of those living with HIV/AIDS and in memory of the lives lost in the epidemic.