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Nowhere have the effects of HIV/AIDs been more strongly felt than in the arts. But even in the face of devastating loss, AIDS also inspired an enduring array of works destined to become the masterpieces of our time, and spawned a new breed of activists, whose art both offered hope and raised funding for research, outreach and education. SexIs spotlights the pioneers who polarized the movement, as well as those who carry the torch today, passing it forward, until a cure can be found.

  • Celebs and Poets Celebrate a Decade of Creative Writing at ASCNYC Event

    Everyone in the room at the Lillian Vernon Creative Writers House at NYU couldn’t help but feel inspired. As members of the AIDS Service Center New York’s Creative Writing Workshop came forward one by one to read their poetry, emotions ran high, and the sense of community ran deep.

  • Winged Victory: Opening Minds and Hearts with the Power of Art

  • The Savanna Samson Interview: Part 2

    Everyone knows that adult film star Savanna Samson has a smokin' hot body. Yesterday we learned that she also has a pretty impressive worldview to go along with it. Today, Savanna talks about her favorite co-stars, what's in store for her future, and advises anyone who wants to follow in her X-rated footsteps about the things that truly matter if you're considering a career in the porn industry.

  • The SexIs Interview: Savanna Samson, Part 1

    Adult film star Savanna Samson is a woman of many talents. In addition to her career in front of the camera, she's also a mom who has her own wine label, and is an avid supporter of ASCNY. We caught up with her to get the skinny on what makes Savanna such a well-rounded woman of the world. Whichever way you prefer your adult star—text or video—we've got it covered.

  • Keith Haring: Pop-culture Prince, Art World Antihero, Enduring Activist

    It's been 20 years since artist provacatuer Keith Haring passed away; a pioneer for AIDS activism, who himself succumbed to the disease. The imagery he left behind is a catalog of both innocent delight and quirky, carnal wit. The world was his canvas: From the sidewalks of New York City to the human body, nothing was safe and everything was sacred.