Subscribe to our RSS feed

The Latest Stories By Mark S. King

  • My Attitude Adjustment About Sex, Gonorrhea, and Advocacy
  • Mark S. King from #AIDS2016 in Durban, South Africa: no pants, no problem at the Global Village
  • Mark S. King from #AIDS2016 in Durban, South Africa: of wrongful charges, sex trade advocacy and cruising the conference.
  • Mark S. King from #AIDS2016 in Durban, South Africa: demanding treatment rights for all.
  • Mark S. King from #AIDS2016 in Durban, South Africa: gay HIV advocates speak out

Mark S. King

Mark S. King

Mark S. King and his very funny site "My Fabulous Disease" must share some DNA with Positive Lite, because his light-hearted approach to living with HIV feels just like family. "My Fabulous Disease" has the authority of Mark's lifelong HIV activism mixed with the wit of your favorite gay uncle.

Jul21

Mark S. King from #AIDS2016 in Durban, South Africa: of wrongful charges, sex trade advocacy and cruising the conference.

Thursday, 21 July 2016 Written by // Mark S. King - My Fabulous Disease Categories // International AIDS Conference , Social Media, Activism, African, Caribbean and Black, Conferences, Gay Men, Youth, General Health, Current Affairs, Events, Newly Diagnosed, Women, Sexual Health, Health, International , Legal, Mark S. King

Day three: Mark S. King speaks with former Lt. Col. Kenneth Pinkela, a sex trade education advocate, a London PrEP advocate, and later learns that the gay cruising apps are working hard at this conference.

Mark S. King from #AIDS2016 in Durban, South Africa: of wrongful charges, sex trade advocacy and cruising the conference.

On day three of Marks video coverage of AIDS 2016 we find him chatting with former U. S. Army Colonel Ken Pinkela, who was dismissed from military service and sentenced to 11 months of military confinement after being wrongfully accused of not disclosing his HIV status to a sex partner. We also hear from Rosemary Namiburu, a nurse wrongfully imprisoned for HIV exposure via a needle and jailed for months.

Mark also chats with Elizabeth Taylor's HIV activist grandchildren, Ayanda Denge of the Sex Workers Education Advocacy Task Force, a PrEP activist from London and then with an HIV advocate from Australia who reveals that there's actually a heck of a lot of cruising going on at this conference.

Who would have thought it?

MarketPlace