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Hiding one’s HIV status might be wrong, but it shouldn’t be a crime

Philadelphia Weekly –Josh Kruger In October, a college student in Missouri was charged with “exposing sexual partners to HIV.” As the St. Louis Post-Dispatch and various national news media recently reported, 22-year-old Michael Johnson allegedly engaged in sex acts in his dorm room with more than 30 individuals who may not have known of his HIV+ status—and, […]

Artist Spotlight: Ashley D. Ellis and Porcha Evans

Filmmakers Take a Multidimensional Discourse Approach to LGBT Identity Struggles in Upcoming Short Film, Fixed By Judith Fisher, Policy Fellow In a highly commendable film effort, Director Ashley D. Ellis and Writer/Executive Producer Porcha Evans present Fixed, a film that follows the story of the mysterious circumstances leading to the death of a young man which […]