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"It's Just One Big, Ambiguous Mess"

My book "The Gay Man's Guide to Open and Monogamous Marriage" came out in June. Ever since, I have been getting new clients whose relationships are similar to the couples I talk about in the book: "if you write about it, they will come".
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World AIDS Day Program at Erie County Public Library on Dec 1

Join the Erie County HIV Task Force for a World AIDS Day program to raise awareness and show support for people living with HIV on Friday, December 1 from 9 to 11 AM at the Erie County Public Library, 160 E Front St, Erie PA. FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC! The event will be held in the Admiral Room. Program includes Tree of Hope and Healing, Community Resource Information, Reflection: Peer Survivor Story. Refreshments Provided. Presentation at 10 AM.
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New AHF Billboard Campaign Highlights Troubling Global HIV/AIDS Statistics As World AIDS Day Approaches on Dec 1

LOS ANGELES (November 2) In anticipation of World AIDS Day on December 1st, AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) has launched a new billboard outdoor advertising to call attention to the millions of people still affected by HIV/AIDS around the globe today.  Inspired by vintage fuel pump counters, the billboards draw attention to staggering statistics from UNAIDS on the global HIV/AIDS epidemic, including "1,000,000 AIDS Deaths in 2016"; "1,800,000 New HIV Cases in 2016" and "20,000,000 Untreated HIV Cases in 2016."  The final number on each billboard appears to be rolling, a visual allusion to the fact that the numbers of individuals directly affected by HIV/AIDS continue to increase.  
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AHF & Heather Heyer Foundation Launch Youth Essay Contest to Honor Ms. Heyer and Empower Young Advocates

LOS ANGELES (October 30, 2017) For the seventh year in a row, AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF), this year in partnership with The Heather Heyer Foundation, will take part in the Rose Parade  with a float titled 'Keeping the Promise.' The float will highlight community heroes by honoring the courage and sacrifice of civil rights and social justice activists throughout history-from iconic Civil Rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. to Heather Heyer, who was tragically killed in the violent white supremacy demonstrations in Charlottesville, VA earlier this year. Surviving family members of Ms. Heyer and other high-profile advocates for justice will ride on the AHF float, along with three young essay contest winners.
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