Tag Archives: New York Magazine

Andrew Sullivan Joins New York Magazine

Andrew Sullivan is coming out of semi-retirement to join New York Magazine as a contributing editor. From their announcement: He will write features throughout the year, and cover the 2016 Democratic and Republican National Conventions. He begins his new role today. “I have had the privilege of working with Andrew from the beginning of his career (mine too). He is …

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The First Jewish President

Bill Clinton was widely called the “the first black president” thanks to his positions on issues important to black Americans. New York Magazine this week gives a similar treatment to Obama, despite what Ed Koch says.

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HomoQuotable – Mike Albo

“Is it finally okay to be a 13-year-old sissy? From the feather-cuffed, drama-filled Olympic figure-skating competitions to the unashamedly oddball high-school TV show Glee, being young and gay suddenly has a place in pop culture that isn’t cruel or tragic. Of course, there has never been a lack of gay subtext on TV (Dukes of Hazzard, Pee-wee Herman, Jonny Quest, …

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Larry Kramer Profiled In NY Magazine

It’s too long and covers too many subjects to effectively excerpt here, but I encourage you to check out Jesse Green’s fascinating profile of Larry Kramer in New York Magazine. Kramer is working towards finally publishing his decades-in-the-works 4000 page book, The American People, which among other things, claims that George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, and other notable historical figures were …

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Aging And Mental Problems Mount For Longtime Pozzers

David France has published a sobering and heartbreaking feature at NY Magazine that looks into the accelerated aging and mental problems that longtime HIV patients can suffer. An excerpt: Some fifteen years into the era of protease inhibitors and drug cocktails, doctors are realizing that the miracles the drugs promised are not necessarily a lasting solution to the disease. Most …

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Who Still Dies Of AIDS And Why?

New York Magazine has posted an excellent dissection of “who still dies of AIDS, and why.” By the time [Mel] Cheren learned he had AIDS [in 2007], he was already suffering from a rare, drug-resistant pneumonia, what infectious-disease specialists refer to as an opportunistic infection, and he had lymphoma, an AIDS-related cancer that had spread to his bones. Within a …

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