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Getting married in Indiana? Scrubs’ Dr. John Dorian and Dr. Turk Turkleton will make you pizza!

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Minor League Baseball Player Jason Burch Comes Out!

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WeHo Life is inspired by LGBT Athletes. To celebrate athletics in the community we are developing a new section of our site simply dedicated to these heros. To start we would like to give a big Thank You to Jason Burch. Congrats! Read more on Towleroad

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The Truth About Truvada: Can One Pill Really Protect You From HIV?

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OUT magazine rates "In the Moment" web series a must see!

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In the Moment (2010-2013)
Created by Dave O'Brien
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Orientation: Self-Help Forum Melodramatics
Setting: West Hollywood, California
TRT: 27 episodes averaging 5.25mins
Premise: The website describes this Melrose Place-y series as "an HIV prevention campaign of LA Gay & Lesbian Center and the City of West Hollywood" and boy, they are not kidding. Almost every line of dialogue is, seemingly, designed to teach you something about safe sex, addiction or body image. It's almost drinking game worthy, but... that seems like that would defeat the purpose.


  • Cast:
     Jesse Lewis IV, John Bryan Davila, Pete Scherer, Nico Sky, Parv Cheena
  • Diversity: 3
  • Production Value: 2.5
  • Camp Level: 2
  • Eye Candy: 2
  • Acting: 1.5
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WehoLife Videos Take a Edgy, Frank Approach to HIV Prevention

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LA Times spreads the word

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Sobriety SIZZLES at LA PRIDE

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LA Pride means drinking and partying for many, but for sober guys in Weho, it's all about attraction.

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Macklemore's Ryan Lewis: My Mom is HIV+

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Ryan Lewis revealed his mother is HIV-positive to help raise funds to build health centers around the world.

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HIV - More Vulnerable Than We Thought?

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Scientists studying HIV have found a new weakness in the disease for the first time since 2009.  

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