Monday , November 20 2017
Home > David Artavia

David Artavia

Two-Spirit Changes Face of Drag-Pop

This post originally published by the Advocate.com. VIZIN has wit and a five-octave range. This post originally from the Advocate.com. and it's respective author David Artavia.

Read More »

The 3 Most Common Questions About PrEP

This post originally published by the Advocate.com. Kelsey Louie, the top boss at New York’s venerable Gay Men’s Health Crisis, answers the most frequently asked questions about PrEP. This post originally from the Advocate.com. and it's respective author David Artavia.

Read More »

Penis Envy Is Killing Your Sex Life

This post originally published by the Advocate.com. A growing number of men are getting anxious about their penises, and it’s impacting their sex lives. This post originally from the Advocate.com. and it's respective author David Artavia.

Read More »

Artist’s Death Is Scary Reminder About HIV Testing

This post originally published by the Advocate.com. New York City mourned the loss of beloved composer Michael Friedman, but his death is an opportunity to recommit to HIV testing. This post originally from the Advocate.com. and it's respective author David Artavia.

Read More »

'Freak Show' Is the Underdog Tale We've Been Waiting For

This post originally published by the Advocate.com. A new hero will rise in theaters this fall in the shape of an eccentric teenager named Billy Bloom, who chooses to fight back against intolerance at his ultra- conservative high school. Based on the award-winning cult novel by James St. James, Freak …

Read More »

Kathy Najimy Finally Gets Her Due

This post originally published by the Advocate.com. Actress Kathy Najimy has never been one to stay silent. Known for Sister Act, Hocus Pocus, Veep, and an off-Broadway show with Mo Gaffney, Najimy also has a long history of advocacy; something not always popular in Hollywood. “People say, ‘Aren’t you afraid being so …

Read More »

6 Politically-Minded Plays and Musicals Not to Miss

This post originally published by the Advocate.com. In today’s political climate, it’s important for artists to emerge and express the world we live in, no matter how uncomfortable it may be. The whole point of art is to hold a mirror onto nature, to show the experiences of humanity at …

Read More »