Larry Kramer Was Often Seen as the Soul of ACT UP. But the Truth Is More Complex.
ACT UP and Larry Kramer’s Legacy
The Lessons of Larry Kramer’s Loud, Confrontational Activism
Larry Kramer Wouldn’t Be Quiet
As a Young HIV Activist, I Hated Larry Kramer. Then He Invited Me to Dinner.
The Normal Heart Was Addressed to a Specific Crisis. But Its Insights About Anger and Love Are Timeless.
Criminalizing Coronavirus Transmission Is a Terrible Idea
COVID, AIDS, and the LGBTQ Community
Self-Isolation Could Save Us, but It Won’t Make Everyone Safer
A Reagan-Era Legal Opinion May Allow Trump to Censor Coronavirus Information
How Do You Imagine a World Where AIDS Never Happened?
HIV’s Threat to Rural America
In Season 2, Pose Became One of TV’s Most Urgent Dramas
The Gay Divide Over Marianne Williamson
The Fathers Project Is a Vision of Queer Utopia Without AIDS. But Online Censorship Is Making It Hard to See.
The Current Consent Discourse Might Seem New. But It Has Roots Much Deeper Than #MeToo.
The End of HIV Transmission Is Within Reach. But the Legacy of AIDS Activism Can’t Stop There.
On the Eve of the Black Party, Remembering What It Meant to Dance All Night in 1989
Did We Cure HIV? Depends on What You Mean by “Cure.”
Can Rent Grab One More Shot at Glory?