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Longtime Activist Sean Strub Tackles Stigma at this Year’s World AIDS Day Luncheon

Activist Sean Strub has spent three decades at the center of the HIV epidemic.

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After the Tragedy: An Interview with Professor Paul Butler on the Fight Against AIDS

I remember so many men—smart men, young men, strong men, with sunken cheeks and hallowed eyes, the dead, the almost…

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Halloween Magic Celebrates 25 Years of Irreverent Satire

Halloween Magic roars back to the stage with its 25th-anniversary theatrical production, 'RandPaul’s Drag Race: Destination 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.'

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Houston’s Christopher Luke Moore Gears Up for AIDS/LifeCyle Ride

From June 5–11, Houstonian Christopher Luke Moore, 26, will ride 545 miles on his bicycle from San Francisco to Los…

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Oral History Project Capturing the History of AIDS in Houston

The first 15 years of the epidemic were particularly cruel.

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Gay, Black, and HIV-positive

I am the 50 percent of black gay men who will become HIV-positive.

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We Aren’t Sluts: My Experience Getting on PrEP

If you are HIV-negative, then I want you to be on PrEP, too.

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The Beginning of the End: New Funding to Help Reduce Houston’s High Rate of HIV Cases

Over the next year, Legacy will facilitate a number of activities that will result in a five-year plan to reduce…

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27th Annual AIDS Walk Houston: Move It For a Cause, And Some Great Food

The AFH’s 27th annual AIDS Walk Houston presented by Marathon Oil is this March 6 in downtown Houston.

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#AskTheHIVDoc – All About PrEP!

Your favorite HIV docs are back! And, just in time for Valentine’s Day!

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