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Subject Openly: The hunt for an HIV cure & more LGBT+ stories
Date December 3, 2021 4:07 AM
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World AIDS Day: is a cure for HIV finally in sight? [[link removed]]

Revolutionary stem cell treatment offers hope of 'functional cure' for people living with HIV.

News Big fat gay Indian wedding? Same-sex couple fight for right to marry [[link removed]]

Saattvic and Gaurav Bhatti are among at least six LGBT+ couples asking India’s high court to allow same-sex marriage

Escape from Kabul: a gay man dodges death at the hands of the Taliban [[link removed]]

The Taliban seized power in Afghanistan more than 100 days ago, following the fall of the capital Kabul on August 15... But concern is growing for LGBT+ Afghans, some of whom are on the run fearing death.

'Rebel Dykes' filmmaker hopes to unite British LGBT+ generations [[link removed]]

Siobhan Fahey’s documentary is the latest film or television series to portray LGBT+ life in Britain during the 1980s

Canada's House of Commons approves bill to ban LGBT conversion therapy [[link removed]]

Senior gay Liberals fight back tears after Canada's House of Commons voted unanimously to ban LGBT+ conversion therapy

Botswana appeals court upholds ruling that decriminalised gay sex [[link removed]]

Before a 2019 High Court ruling, engaging in gay sex in Botswana was punishable by up to seven years in prison

Hungary parliament clears way for government's LGBT referendum as election nears [[link removed]]

A Hungarian law passed in June which the government said aimed to protect children, has caused anxiety in the LGBT community. Now, a referendum on LGBT issues is due for 2022

Broadway legend Stephen Sondheim dead at 91 [[link removed]]

Sondheim, whose eight lifetime Tony Awards surpassed the total of any other composer, started early, learning the art of musical theater when he was just a teenager from "The Sound of Music"

Opinion OPINION: Forty years of AIDS - Justice and equality remain key to quelling a still-potent epidemic [[link removed]]

Edwin Cameron

Living a healthy life with HIV is possible and should not be thanks to privilege, like it was for me.

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