a.k.a. Randy Boyd’s blog
Walt Loves the Bearcat, 15 years on
Reflections on my most important work, to date, and the epic romance I created to deal with HIV/AIDS.
Dear white, former high school classmates: did/do black lives matter?
If black lives matter, we need more than compassion.
Left for dead: the great, bad and ugly about living with HIV, thirty-plus years and counting￼
Originally published in “Art and Understanding Magazine.”
Bay Area Reporter reports, “Boyd takes on gays, race in new e-book”
Racist gays, Magic Johnson’s impact on HIV/AIDS and resisting Trumpism are all on-topic.
A&U Magazine interviews “Randy Boyd, writer and HIV advocate”
America’s AIDS Magazine talks with Randy Boyd about his new collection of 10 essential works.
“Left for dead” appears in A&U Magazine
New essay on “the great, the bad and the ugly about living with HIV/AIDS, thirty-plus years and counting.”
Much ado about “nigger”
Bill Maher controversy proves the N-word still divides us.
Steve Harvey’s awful memo serves up lesson in diplomacy
Presenting a more diplomatic way to make sure people get the message.
General Hospital: the soap that remembers AIDS
Kudos to the soap opera with TV’s longest-running, HIV-positive character.
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