“Who knew there’d come a time when people didn’t want to bury their children?” says Ruth Cocker Burks.
Drugs are nothing new in the gay sex scene, but in Britain a new combination has earned notoriety.
Black men, women, and trans people are disproportionately affected by HIV. Why aren’t their stories being heard?
AIDS crashes into the love and sex life of Elliot Tiber in this excerpt from his new memoir, After Woodstock. Read an excerpt.
As an HIV-positive man in the dating scene, sharing my status was torture until I learned to take stigma in stride.
No matter how unfashionable they are, we still need novels that tell the story of AIDS.
What Mama Jean was learning to ask, I'd never answer.