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Today In Gay History August 13, 1998: The Bay Area Reporter Prints No Obituaries For The First Time In 10+ Because Of AIDS

Today In Gay History August 13, 1998: The Bay Area Reporter Prints No Obituaries For The First Time In 10+ Because Of AIDS

Share this:   On this day August 13th, 1998 for the first time in over a decade The Bay Area Reporter printed no obituaries. Every week for years BAR reported dozens of obituaries every week for our brothers who succumbed to the plague known as AIDS....
Dallas Paramedic Refuses To Help Gay Man Over Fear Of Catching AIDS

Dallas Paramedic Refuses To Help Gay Man Over Fear Of Catching AIDS

Share this:   A Dallas paramedic allegedly refused to treat a gay man at BJ’s NXS Male Entertainment Complex this week after the man was hit in the head with a glass by another patron for fear of catching AIDS. dallasvoice.com: Zachary Taylor...
LGBT History: June 17th – Liberace: I’m NOT Gay!, The AIDS Years, Garbo, and Walter Mondale?

LGBT History: June 17th – Liberace: I’m NOT Gay!, The AIDS Years, Garbo, and Walter Mondale?

Share this: Today in LGBT History:  June 17th.   1883 – Birth date of Mauritz Stiller, the Finnish film director. Stiller was Greta Garbo’s discoverer, mentor, and friend. Tall, lean, gay, with a shock of hair and long expressive hands,...
CDC Broadens Recommendations For Once-A-Day HIV Prevention Pill Treatment

CDC Broadens Recommendations For Once-A-Day HIV Prevention Pill Treatment

Share this:   The Center for Disease Control last week announced new guidelines for people considered to be at high risk for contracting HIV, the virus that causes AIDS. Pre-exposure prophylaxis, or PrEP, is a way for people who do not have HIV...
This Week In Gay History May 11 – 17:  Nero Performs 1st Gay Marriage, The Equality Act of 1974, and MORE!

This Week In Gay History May 11 – 17: Nero Performs 1st Gay Marriage, The Equality Act of 1974, and MORE!

Share this: ANCIENT HISTORY 54 AD - Nero becomes Emperor of Rome. Nero married two men in legal ceremonies, with at least one spouse accorded the same honours as an empress. Gay relationships are accepted and institutionalized in this time period. 1102...
HBO Films Releases Teaser Trailer for “The Normal Heart” – Video

HBO Films Releases Teaser Trailer for “The Normal Heart” – Video

Share this: The Normal Heart is a largely autobiographical 1985 play by Larry Kramer which debuted Off-Broadway and now, almost 30 years later been adapted for the screen by HBO Films. It focuses on the rise of the HIV-AIDS crisis in New York...
AFA’s Bryan Fischer:  I Want Gays Outlawed “Because I Love Black Males”! – Video

AFA’s Bryan Fischer: I Want Gays Outlawed “Because I Love Black Males”! – Video

Share this: “Let me put it bluntly: If you are for the legalization of homosexuality, you are for the acceptability of homosexuality, you are for the normalization of homosexuality, you do not care about black males. You have no compassion in your...
Tea Party Loon James Corsi Claims Obama Will Use Gays and AIDS To Bring In Socialism

Tea Party Loon James Corsi Claims Obama Will Use Gays and AIDS To Bring In Socialism

Share this: Tea party activist, author, and right-wing extremist lunatic James Corsi is claiming that gay people with AIDS are being enlisted by the Obama administration to destroy the health insurance system and usher in socialized medicine. Corsi whi...
Today In Gay History:  Dec 9th, 1985 – N.Y.C. Department of Health Closes the St. Marks Baths

Today In Gay History: Dec 9th, 1985 – N.Y.C. Department of Health Closes the St. Marks Baths

Share this:The New St. Marks Baths was the premiere gay bathhouse in NYC located at 6 St. Marks Place in the East Village of Manhattan, New York City from 1979 to 1985.  It claimed to be the largest gay bathhouse in the world with with 230...
Today in Gay History – December 1: World AIDS Day, Alvin Ailey and the Lesbians Started It.

Today in Gay History – December 1: World AIDS Day, Alvin Ailey and the Lesbians Started It.

Share this:   December 1st:   1642 – The General Court of Connecticut adopted a list of 12 capital crimes, including “man lying with man.” The law was based on the Massachusetts Bay Colony’s Liberties of 1641. 1901 –...
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