"I'm aware of the fragility of life."
"When we choose to stigmatize those living with HIV, we do a disservice to our own community."
"Carrie and Miranda had the Magnolia Bakery; we have the Gay Men's Health Crisis on 29th Street."
"I know it's been a while since we've spoken..."
“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?