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Elizabeth Taylor died Wednesday March 23, 2011

Mark S. King: “It’s impossible to overstate the impact Elizabeth Taylor has had on HIV/AIDS awareness and funding since the earliest days of the epidemic (Ms. Taylor died earlier today).

Since the early 1980’s, when people were still wearing masks and gloves around AIDS patients, Ms. Taylor (Elizabeth to her friends, never Liz) has been at the forefront. She organized the very first “commitment to Life” event in 1984 for AIDS Project Los Angeles (APLA) — and while doing so, learned her friend Rock Hudson was dying of the disease. She co-founded the American Foundation for AIDS Research (AmFAR) in 1985, and her own Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation in 1993.”

Oh yeah. And she was an Oscar winning movie star, the likes of which we may never see again.


Full obituary

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Mark S. King (someday we’re going to find out what the S stands for) has a fabulous website called My Fabulous Disease. If you haven’t been on there, go check it out.

In this link, he interviews Sean Straub about things the health department is not telling people about HIV specifically related to the MSM community.

Five Things about HIV (they’re not telling you)

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From Mark and My Fabulous Disease:

“I’m excited about sharing an award-winning essay that I first wrote for World
AIDS Day in 2006. I have posted the essay (along with a special video version)
to commemorate World AIDS Day this Wednesday, December 1st.

Once, When We Were Heroes” was awarded a National Lesbian and Gay Journalist’s
Award in 2007, and it remains my favorite piece. I hope you’ll take a look.

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At the Gay Men’s Health Summit, we met Mark King, the blogger of My Fabulous Disease. Very interesting and humorous guy. Check out his blog about living fabulously with HIV. His site includes a wealth of delightful humor as well as resources on HIV/AIDS news & events, and addiction recovery.

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