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Sex, Lies and HIV: When what you don’t tell your partner is a crime

Sex, Lies and HIV: When what you don’t tell your partner is a crime By Sergio Hernandez Special to ProPublica This story was co-published with BuzzFeed  (The IV in a Series) On June 26, 2008, Nick Rhoades was at home in Plain-field, Iowa, when he received a chat invitation on Gay.com, a dating and social networking site. The sender, Adam Plendl, was a 22-year-old student at the University of Northern Iowa. ...

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Cultural history reflects the politics of political chicanery

Cultural history reflects the politics of political chicanery By Derek Joy Get up on this! Black History Month winds its way to a close.  Thus ends the prominence of cultural highlights of the history of people of color. Imagine  Brown v. Board (Kansas) of Education. That landmark case decided by the U. S. Supreme Court. It was supposed end to segregated public schools in America. No more practice of the pr ...

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