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Tagged with: AIDS

When Black trans legend Miss Major speaks, you tune all the way in

New book looks to preserve her wisdom for future generations of changemakers.

The pointless, misleading, cynical—and really weird—fentanyl ad campaign

Tech mogul Michael Moritz and his group are more interested in ousting progressives than in solving the addiction crisis on the streets.

Remembering my date with Donna Summer (on the eve of her HBO Max documentary)

A vintage interview with the late music icon and subject of a new project that explores her personal life and LGBTQ views.

Now the anti-vaxxers are resurrecting AIDS denialist lunacy

Far-right Robert F. Kennedy Jr. fans might want to be careful about clinging to nonsense that got its adherents killed.

Screen Grabs: Tutti Frutti, it’s the Little Richard movie

Plus: 'Blackstar' prequel to a queer classic, pranking at a high level in 'Chop & Steele,' moody 'Leda,' more

Vibrant anti-hate drag march on Saturday will honor ‘mother’ Heklina

Saturday's "Drag Up! Fight Back!" aims to combat anti-LGBTQ legislation—and now will celebrate drag icon's spirit.

Screen Grabs: How to fight the latest LGBTQ oppression? Let’s get queerer

'Pioneers of Queer Cinema' runs at BAMPFA, plus hunky gay love from Down Under in 'Lonesome' and 'Punch'

Screen Grabs: Of Cocaine Bears and Jesus freaks

Plus: Julian Assange's father comes to Roxie with new doc, Oscar-nominated Irish-language 'Quiet Girl,' more

Screen Grabs: Noise Pop Film Fest brings space bubbles, rap spoofs, toxic New Wave fans

Plus: 'First Fallen" confronts AIDS in Brazil, beguiling mystery in 'Magoado,' Naples thriller 'Nostalgia,' more new movies

40 years ago, Eurythmics conquered the world with ‘Sweet Dreams’

It's as simple-yet-complex as a DNA chain and immediately evocative of a neophyte American cable channel committed to showing music videos 24 hours a...