When the acronym PrEP (pre-exposure prophylaxis) and a certain drug by the name of Truvada first got my attention, I was like, “I don’t know what that is, but I don’t like it,” because I pride myself on being open minded. But seriously, though…it’s a common reaction a lot of folks have to the unknown.
I recently interviewed Tony Mills MD for the Leather Pride issue of The Fight Magazine. Doctor Mills has had a medical practice devoted to holistic healthcare that focuses on nutrition, exercise and the wellness of gay men since 1999. With over 5,000 men under his care—half of who are HIV positive—he’s developed one of the largest clinical
I reckon it’s rude for me to mention, but before this very moment, I only knew Project Runway‘s Jack Mackenroth as that kinda cute guy that got that weird staph infection on his lip which forced him to come out as HIV+. It was a shocking TV moment when he announced that he
Check out the most current issue of THE FIGHT magazine. I interviewed Olympic Gold Diving Champion Greg Louganis for the cover story. I was actually invited to Greg’s home in Malibu to conduct my lil’ interview. I was fine with our one-on-one. Then I read somewhere that Oprah interviewed him for national TV and I
I remember being obsessed with my coming out story. I told it a lot, cuz straight-up to the head-up, it took some donkey-sized balls to come out of the closet back in da dayz and back in da hood when and where I come from. I’m talkin’ about coming out in the summer of 1991
This colorful jar sits on a desk in the main office of a certain recovery house that I’d rather not mention on this here blog. The colors inside could pass off for candy if you squint a little, or see it from afar—however, this mason jar holds what some folks call One-a-Days, Lifesavers, Dolls 2012,
I stepped into 2009 celebrating in a huge way. Jan. 10 marks two years of continuous sobriety for me, folks. That’s 730 days of crystal-meth freedom for a once tragic mess who couldn’t scrape together more than two weeks of clean time to save face. Sobriety is a horse of a different color from new