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“It feels like a huge missed opportunity,” says reality TV star Danny Roberts, who has been living with HIV for 11 years.
Major League Baseball’s first openly gay player, Glenn Burke is also credited with inventing the high-five.
A “Black Latina girl from New Jersey,” Michaela Jaé Rodriguez played Blanca, a trans woman living with HIV, on the series “Pose.”
“They let Magic Johnson play basketball with FULL-BLOWN HIV but won’t let Kyrie Irving play because he won’t get a COVID shot”? Nope.
“It’s time to put my big boy pants on and talk,” Billy Porter tells The Hollywood Reporter about his HIV status.
Watch the sports legend on a CNN town hall. He’s got opinions—and advice.
The Queen of Pop recalls the early days of the epidemic and discusses her fight against HIV in Africa.
In the short film “The Last Mile,” the cast looks at the progress we’ve made against the epidemic—and the efforts that continue.
The original “Dreamgirl” and Moesha’s stepmom remains a “fabulous AIDS diva!”
Dine out and fight AIDS on Thursday, April 26, when most cities partake in the restaurant-based fundraiser.
And it’s not survivor’s guilt, explains ACT UP veteran turned film director Vincent Gagliostro.
At the height of AIDS fears, she showed that it was OK to hug people with HIV.
Guess which iconic actress used to own this particular ribbon—plus the one worn by Casey Affleck!
“Somebody to Love” biographer also tells POZ about the hidden meaning of Queen’s megahit “Bohemian Rhapsody.”
Plus other revelations from Cookie Johnson’s new memoir, “Believing in Magic.”
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