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Preview: Shut Up & Dance

This year, Shut Up & Dance, a one-night-only benefit performance for MANNA (March 24 at 8 p.m. at the Forrest Theatre), celebrates its 20th anniversary. […]

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The Early Days of AIDS

In honor of Black History Month, we’ve been sharing videos from I’m from Driftwood. In the latest, Tyrone Smith shares his memories from the early […]

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Harry Potter Rules

We’ll admit it. We’re no Hogwarts. But Daniel Radcliffe, the star of the wildly successful Harry Potter films, recently did a PSA for The Trevor […]

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Discussing LGBT Health

Yesterday’s LGBT Health Conference with the Mazzoni Center was a first for the White House. The big talk? Healthcare issues facing the LGBT community around […]

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A Day Without Kisses

The AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) is boycotting the Hershey Company over the Milton Hershey School’s decision to not allow an HIV-student to enroll. Billed as “Hershey: […]

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A Big Win at Super Bowl Event

The New York Giants may have won the Super Bowl this year, but in Philly, you might say that ActionAIDS was also a big winner. […]

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If Alcohol Were a Person…

This essay was submitted to G Philly by a reader. The writer’s been sober for two years. If alcohol were a person … … I […]

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It’s Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

In honor of National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (Feb. 7) – now in its 12th year – several local organizations are offering free testing. According to […]

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V-Day Philly Kicks Off

Last year, more than 5,800 V-Day events were held around the world to bring attention to violence against women. In Philly this year, the LGBT […]

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Conceiving Family

When Amy Bohigian and Jane Byers adopted 15-month-old biracial twins, everything changed. Conceiving Family follows the couple and their children – Franny and Theo – […]

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Trevor Project Gets a New Boss

The Trevor Project named its new executive director and CEO this week. Abbe Land takes over the LGBT organization specializing in crisis intervention, when she […]

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Are Expired Medications Safe?

If you followed the blog on Friday, you know I was battling some serious sniffles over the weekend. My “What I Did Last Weekend” report […]

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FIGHT Plans AIDS Education Month

Philadelphia FIGHT kicks off the planning process for its 18th Annual AIDS Education Month (AEM) on Wednesday, Jan. 25 (10 a.m.) at the William Way […]

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Freedom for…Porn?

A quick click onto popular gay porn sites these days shows a lot (a lot) of barebacking (or gay male sex without condoms). But 30 […]