I received an email today regarding HIV and stigma partly in reply to a series of posts I wrote about HIV back at the end of November: 2014, HIV and the Gay Community Who deserves HIV/AIDS? HIV and accountability HIV and PrEP The email came from Sean Howell, CEO at Hornet,Read More
Blogger’s note: a few weeks ago, I received a request from someone who wanted to write a guest blog post for my blog, and the post that resulted from that request is below. I have not used guest blog posts at all, and I was hesitant at first but decidedRead More
One of the biggest developments since they first determined that HIV was the retrovirus that causes AIDS, was the development of a prophylaxis that uses two drugs currently used to treat HIV. However, in the case of PrEP, the drug is taken once a day, and everyday to prevent theRead More
There was an interesting post that I’d read yesterday, which linked Harvey Milk and the struggle against HIV as two connected precursors in the movement towards Marriage Equality. This is an idea that deserves consideration, and I hope you read the post. I’ve often wondered, if there would be aRead More
Currently running at the Pittsburgh Public Theater, is a world premier comedy by Ed Dixon and directed by Ted Pappas. The price of admission is cheap when you stop and consider the opportunity to be face to face with a whacky variety of great people ranging from Victor Hugo toRead More
But in the midst of this ‘life as political advocacy,’ there is the real stuff that is just life, and most central to that is anything connected with how we come to understand ourselves and who we are as human beings. This list of films is one small part of that as these individuals share films that were important to them.