The health organization prepares to launch AIDS Walk Wisconsin/5K Run and AIDS Ride Wisconsin this summer and fall. Read more

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HIV/AIDS went from a death sentence to a manageable condition, but 9.4 million people live with HIV without knowing it, and the specter of the AIDS pandemic still lingers in the US. Read more

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Recommended by the CDC to reduce the spread of HIV, PrEP can lower the rate of infection by nearly 90%, but, while PrEP awareness is well established on the coasts, it is significantly lower in the Midwest—especially among racial minorities. Read more

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The Metropolitan Community Church (MCC), has been serving the spiritual needs of the LGBTQ community for almost half a century. Read more


Amid the storm of end-of-year giving letters, Paul Masterson recommends readers pay special attention to those from Diverse & Resilient, a premier LGBTQ organization located in the Harambee neighborhood that serves many people of color. Read more


Wisconsin’s AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin (ARCW) leads the way in the state in the ongoing fight against the spread of HIV, the deleterious effects of AIDS and the ignorance and bigotry about HIV/AIDS that still plague our country. Read more

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From its first year in 1990, the AIDS Walk has been a major fundraiser for the AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin and a focal point for community organizing around LGBTQ issues. Read more


The vitriol Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice and candidate Rebecca Bradley spewed as a college student at Marquette University in the early ’90s against LGBTQ and pro-abortion persons, along with her writings and track record since that time... Read more

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Greater Milwaukee’s CommonGround Ministry was founded in 2000 by a team of individuals associated with the St. Camillus HIV/AIDS Ministry. Read more


Founded in 2003, the ACT Ride is a four-day, 300-mile charity bike ride to raise money for and awareness about the nonprofit AIDS Network. The funds raised by the event are targeted to the Read more


One Heartland (Milwaukee office, 500 W. Silver Spring Drive, Suite K-200, Glendale), founded by Neil Willenson in 1993 when he was a UW-Madison student, works with youth and families that Read more


To discover what Chelsea Clinton is doing with her life—and why—shouldn’t pose much of a challenge to any reasonably industrious journalist. In recent months, after all, she has stepped into Read more

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I am hanging out with a bunch of gay guys, and they have lots of oral sex. Read more

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