The 32-year-old statute was enacted during the height of homophobic panic about HIV and AIDS.
Activists say Illinois’s law that makes it illegal to expose others to HIV is racist and homophobic. Now they’re close to changing it.
The AIDS crisis! The evil gay villain!
Chicago researchers are searching for a cure for ME, which is more widespread and serious than previously thought.
WTF? A urologist explains. Plus: Dan counsels a lad newly diagnosed as HIV positive and a married man with an uncooperative member.
Dan weighs in. Plus: tips for a sexually frustrated young wife and a sexually frustrated young woman
A failure to reauthorize the Ryan White Care Act, coupled with the possible repeal of Obamacare, could be devastating for people living with AIDS.
The Block Museum hosts a retrospective of one of the most overlooked artists of a vibrant era.
A wife wants her husband snipped—or else. Plus: a solution for the sexually fickle, a possible dastardly dick, and a self-described straight 64-year-old who wants to try “the gay side of life”
Even with the stopgap deal, government inaction was bad news for queer and trans people.
Also, Chicagoan Raj Fernando is at the center of a Trump-Clinton feud.
Men who’ve had sex with men in the past year are still prohibited from giving blood. Researchers and politicians in Illinois say that needs to change.
Dan Savage’s advice on taking the virginity of a 25-year-old Muslim virgin, coping with a BDSM master who thinks he owns you, and more
Dan on family health secrets, gender-neutral fashion, and how to get the group sex experience you deserve.