• Chilean Hate Crime Victim Dies

    Chilean Hate Crime Victim Dies

    Daniel Zamudio, the 24 year old gay man who was left in a coma after being brutally assaulted in a park in Santiago, has died. Doctors on Tuesday confirmed that Daniel had passed away hours after tests revealed that his brain showed no signs of life. Despite having shown minor improvements in the weeks before his death, Emilio Villalón, director […]

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  • UPDATED: Violent Attack Leaves young Gay Chilean Man in a Coma

    UPDATED: Violent Attack Leaves young Gay Chilean Man in a Coma

    UPDATE 3/10/2012 Four young men have been arrested in connection to the attack on Daniel Zamudio:  Raúl Alfonso López Fuentes (25), Alejandro Axel Angulo Tapia (26), Patricio Iván Ahumada Garay  (25), Fabián Alexis Mora Mora (19). According to authorities, only Raúl López has acknowledged any participation in Daniel Zamudio’s attack. The rest claim to have found Daniel drunk and sleeping […]

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  • We Will Always Love Whitney

    We Will Always Love Whitney

    I feel deeply saddened by the news of the death of Ms. Whitney Houston. I am going to go out on a limb here because I must. I’ve read some opinions and the sparse details of her death announcement. We’re left waiting for a coroner’s report for the “real” story. But what is the “real story?” One can only speculate […]

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  • Fighting HIV with Stigma: A Failed Tactic

    Fighting HIV with Stigma: A Failed Tactic

    Since the 1980s, the fight against HIV/AIDS has gained global attention. Although, as the struggle to control the virus has become increasingly more visible, people living with HIV/AIDS have also face increased stigmatization, often encouraged by prevention campaigns meant to help. In late December of last year, Fundación México Vivo launched an HIV prevention campaign encouraging pregnant women to get […]

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