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HIV and AIDS: The Highs and Lows of 2018

This post originally published by the Advocate.com. Climbing mountains, then falling off the other side: This year’s efforts in the fight against HIV saw victories and defeats. This post originally from the Advocate.com. and it's respective author Jacob Anderson-Minshall.

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The Lesbian Chef Revolutionizing How People Eat

This post originally published by the Advocate.com. Niki Nakayama excels in a Japanese culinary tradition steeped in a respect for nature. This post originally from the Advocate.com. and it's respective author Jacob Anderson-Minshall.

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For Trans Candidates, Even Losing Is Winning

This post originally published by the Advocate.com. Dana Beyer didn’t get elected to Maryland’s Senate this year, but her candidacy — and those of all aspiring trans politicians — is historic. This post originally from the Advocate.com. and it's respective author Jacob Anderson-Minshall.

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Sex Outside the Lines

This post originally published by the Advocate.com. Are you defined by who you sleep with? Accidentally gay, mostly straight, and other dissonant sexualities. This post originally from the Advocate.com. and it's respective author Jacob Anderson-Minshall.

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The Perfect Setting for a Novel: a Lesbian Bar

This post originally published by the Advocate.com. Genderqueer author M. Ullrich explores women’s spaces — and offline romance — in novels like Love at Last Call. This post originally from the Advocate.com. and it's respective author Jacob Anderson-Minshall.

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Sex Ed You Won’t Get In School

This post originally published by the Advocate.com. Web comic Oh Joy Sex Toy provides sexy gender-neutral and body-positive lessons. This post originally from the Advocate.com. and it's respective author Jacob Anderson-Minshall.

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Exploring Masculinity's Fragility Through Dance

This post originally published by the Advocate.com. The latest production from award-winning trans choreographer Sean Dorsey, premiering Thursday in San Francisco, centers trans, queer, and non-binary perspectives on male life. This post originally from the Advocate.com. and it's respective author Jacob Anderson-Minshall.

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