Walsh came under fire when his comments about gay people, Catholics, Muslims, evolution, the Walt Disney Company, Harry Potter, Oprah Winfrey, Muhammad, Jay Z, single mothers, condoms, and the Pope were discovered.
Clinton Fein explores the pros and cons of the use of PrEP to prevent HIV, and concludes it is not — as critics claim — a “party drug,” and says if you must call him a “Truvada whore,” well, feel free — it’s worth it.
Republican state Representative Steve Hickey was motivated to write a rambling and incoherent letter to the editor after news broke of a lesbian couple in his home state of South Dakota filing a federal lawsuit to overturn the state ban on same-sex marriage.
Octogenarian televangelist and multi-millionaire Pat Robertson has cooked up what might possibly become one of his most vile anti-gay attacks yet, accusing gay people of intentionally infecting others with HIV.
Chivas Sandage writes a profound tribute to Spencer Cox and challenges us to question why the man who wrote the breakthrough drug trial protocol that saved millions of lives likely died because he didn’t take his medication.