Elton John To Congress: You Can End AIDS | Video

Grammy-award winner Sir Elton John gave emotional testimony on Wednesday before a Senate Appropriations subcommittee. He told lawmakers that the right policy and action from Capitol Hill could see the […]

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No Real AIDS Cure, But a Step Forward Says The New York Times: Video

    “The Times’s Donald G. McNeil Jr. explains the unusual cases in which H.I.V. has seemingly been killed with drugs, and what can be learned from them.” TheNewYorkTimes Read the […]

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Art for AIDS Auction Raises $200K for San Francisco Health Project

Talk about triumph! SAN FRANCISCO – The 16th annual Art for AIDS auction brought in more than $200,000 on Friday, Sept. 14, 2012 at the City View Above the Metreon […]

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National HIV/AIDS and Aging Awareness Day: Over 1 in 6 of All New HIV Infections are in People Over the Age of 50

HIV is Ageless The campaign reminds people that “regardless of age, people can be at risk for HIV if they have unprotected sex or share needles.” The images reflect the […]

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Watch Trailer: “How to Survive a Plague” Fearful Nation Has Stopped AIDS From Becoming a Death Sentence

HOW TO SURVIVE A PLAGUE is the story of the brave young men and women who successfully reversed the tide of an epidemic, demanded the attention of a fearful nation and stopped AIDS from becoming […]

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WATCH: Zach Galifianakis Speaks From the Future About the End of AIDS

Imagine this … It’s the year 2015 and AIDS is gone. Hi Zach Galifianakis! “Here’s something that’s not too crazy,” Galifianakis adds. “We can reach the begnnning of the end of […]

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“Keep the Promise on AIDS” March Draws More Than 2,000 in Downtown Washington

More than 2,000 HIV/AIDS activists from around the world took part in the “Make the Promise” march through downtown Washington on Sunday. The Rev. Al Sharpton, journalist Tavis Smiley, Dr. […]

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Hunger Games’ Josh Hutcherson Opens Up on Gay Rights: “I Had Two Uncles Die From AIDS”

Straight But Not Narrow Josh Hutcherson will be become the youngest recipient of the Vanguard Award at the GLAAD Media Awards in Los Angeles. Talk about a role model! Hunger Games star Josh Hutcherson had two uncles […]

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Bike Zambia – The Ride to Raise Awareness of Poverty and AIDS in Africa (Video)

You know what they say, “If you can’t be an athlete, be an athletic supporter.” We found just the guy you should be backing. Meet JD Bergeron from San Francisco, CA. This […]

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Eastpak Artist Studio: Designers Against AIDS Backpacks

Some leftfield interpretations of the humble backpack. 130 artists and creative types were given the chance to produce impractical, highly individual versions of Eastpak’s simple carrier. Contributors such as Johnny Marr, […]

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AIDS Quilt – 25 Years Later: Powerful Video

“The AIDS Memorial Quilt, with 40 panels on display in San Francisco, 25 years after it was stitched together in 1987. The Quilt now contains more than 44,000 panels and […]

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San Francisco’s Castro to Get Large AIDS Quilt Display

An emotionally wrenching show timed to Valentine’s Day is headed to the city’s Castro district as community leaders plan to display the largest collection of AIDS quilt panels San Francisco […]

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Elton John to publish AIDS book, ‘Love is the Cure’

Why am I imagining a pop up book with pop out feather boas and scratch and sniff Elton John signature glasses? Known for his wacky doodle choice of clothing, Elton […]

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SF: World AIDS Day “Untitled” Screening at Magnet 12/1

Today at 12:00pm until Friday at 12:00am at Magnet SF: “This World AIDS Day, Magnet and Bridgemen invite you to interact with our gay history and see the impact of HIV on it. We […]

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It Gets Betterish – AIDS Test (Video)

Brent thinks he might have AIDS, so he and his buddy, Eliot, get tested together. This video, will make you laugh (hysterically), also touches on some very serious issues. Anyone […]

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HIV Rate Rises Sharply Among Gay Men in Israel

We are still in battle against HIV. It is not the hot topic of the day, but should be. It is a sad state of affairs when messy politics trumps […]

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AIDS Activist to Stage Zuccotti Park Protest: World Aids Day Dec. 1

(via www.joemygod.blogspot.com)

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News: Jane Lynch, AIDS Funding Crisis, When Do Gay Kids Start “Acting Gay”? DADT Over,

Activists Launch Twitter Campaign To Raise Awareness Of AIDS Funding Crisis The ADAP Advocacy Association has launched a Twitter campaign calling on President Obama to end waiting lists for the AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP), […]

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SF CA: Art for AIDS Celebrates 15th Anniversary Supporting UCSF AIDS Health Project| September 23, 2011

Art for AIDS celebrates 15th Anniversary Supporting UCSF AIDS Health Project with “Phantom” Star and Artist, Franc D’Ambrosio on September 23, 2011. San Francisco, CA—The UCSF AIDS Health Project announced the 15th annual […]

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Robert Mapplethorpe–Patti Smith Memoir to Become Film

This should make us 50% excited and 50% perturbed. Let me explain. Smart, educated and worldly people should idolize Robert Mapplethorpe and Patti Smith and will be excited to see more […]

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Mad Respect: Open Hand Founder Ruth Brinker Dies at the Young Age of 89

Ruth Brinker was a visionary and fought off ignorance and fear of HIV in the very early years of the disease. Few people get all my respect, but today I […]

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Hey Baby Face, Kiehl’s for amfAR: LifeRide for amfAR

  Motorcycles and cream, love it. (remove mind from gutter here) Maintaining a long-standing tradition of supporting HIV/AIDS charities, Kiehl’s Since 1851, has announced the Limited Edition Ultra Facial Cream to […]

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Knock a Pair of Testicles Back and Forth: Interactive Website Encouraging Folks to Get Tested for HIV

This gives a whole new meaning to AMAZEBALLS! Thank you Unicorn Booty for making my entire summer by turning me on to this. Kevin Farrell at Unicorn Booty said it best, […]

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25 Years of AIDS Walks… |SF CA

…and counting!

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India Health Minister Calls Homosexuality Disease

I propose a punishment for his verbal diarrhea: Put the minister in a cage full of lions and tigers after rubbing him down with raw meat, all the while gay-homesexuals […]

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Pink Triangle Organizers Seek Volunteers; SF CA

It’s Pride Month and that means Patrick Carney and others at Friends of the Pink Triangle are looking for volunteers to help with this year’s installation.

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LENNOX SLAMS WORLD LEADERS OVER HIV POLICY

Singer ANNIE LENNOX has urged world leaders to change their policy on tackling HIV in a bid to conquer the virus. The former Eurythmics star is a leading campaigner for […]

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HIV/Aids Program Receives 10 New Mobile Clinics as it Looks to Expand

“The Trucking Wellness program is not glamorous, but it works.” via www.engineeringnews.co.za SOUTH AFRICA-The Trucking Wellness programme on Friday received ten new mobile clinics, used to combat the spread of […]

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AIDS Claimed Celebrity Victims, but Stars Fight Back

It is just fact, the voice of a well know celebrity will always be louder than mine even if I were to climb to highest bridge in San Francisco and […]

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“We’re Here, We’re Queer, We Take it in the Rear”: Lisa Lampanelli Hate Into AIDS Cash Cow

I knew of Lisa’s trucker mouth but had no idea she was smart and clever as well. Lisa Lampanelli Turns Westboro Hate Into AIDS Cash Cow By Winston Gieseke @ […]

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Michael Stipe Reflects on AIDS Witch Hunt

There are monsters under the bed and trolls under the bridge to worry about, but your real concern, the one that slaps you in the face may be AIDS; In […]

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Gay and Celibate for 10 yrs; Donate Blood in Britain

First off this counts out anyone I know. I am dumbfounded by laws that are made that make no sense and deemed useless. How do they expect to collect the […]

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HIV post-exposure Prophylaxis for Free

Have you fallen off the safety wagon? Extend hands, palms down, *** SMACK*** Living life without judgement is quite an effort. I equate this PEP to the day after pill […]

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RIP Lovely Liz Taylor 2/27/1932 – 3/23/2011

Elizabeth Taylor dies; screen legend was 79: Elizabeth Taylor, a voluptuous, violet-eyed actress who lived a life of luster and anguish and spent more than six decades as one of the […]

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