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Guest Blogger Rob Quinn: Our Voice Matters!

By Rob Quinn

On April 13 and 14, nearly 400 HIV/AIDS advocates from 30 states, Puerto Rico, and Washington, traveled to Washington, D.C. to AIDSWatch 2015, the nation’s largest annual constituent-based national HIV/AIDS advocacy event. 855 more words

HIV

Who Shall I Be?

Fear

goaded out of proportion, chased, hemmed in
condemned by multitudinous gaggle of fears,
squabbling chickens penned up too long
shut in without windows or doors to open… 106 more words

Gay

Who Shall I Be?

Loneliness
 
I dare not mention the word loneliness for fear
it will slither off the page, get a stranglehold on my neck
choke the hope that remains unspent… 152 more words

Gay

The test.

It is a little complicated doctor. I keep getting sick. I never used to get sick. When I was a kid, I only saw the dentist and maybe a doctor if I got hurt playing. 229 more words

Fiction

China’s dating application for gay men to expand HIV prevention among users

The man known as Geng Le, who launched Blued, the world’s largest gay dating smartphone application, was a respected police officer in China almost 20 years before he left the force in 2009 after fellow officers objected to working with him because of his sexual orientation. 284 more words

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