Gay Men's Health Movement

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Gay Men's Health Movement by Mind Map: Gay Men's Health Movement

1. Thinkers

1.1. Lark Ballinger

1.1.1. Lark's Twitter Feed

1.2. Chris Bartlett

1.2.1. Secret Mentorship

1.2.2. Gay Men's Health Leadership Academy

1.2.3. Chris' Twitter Feed

1.3. Luis Guerra

1.3.1. Luis' Twitter Feed

1.4. David Halperin

1.4.1. What Do Gay Men Want?

1.5. Amber Hollibaugh

1.5.1. My Dangerous Desires

1.6. Trevor Hoppe

1.6.1. Trevor's blog

1.7. Michael Hurley

1.7.1. Michael's publications

1.8. Bill Jesdale

1.8.1. Bill's blog

1.8.2. Bill's Twitter Feed

1.9. Kevin Trimell Jones

1.9.1. Kevin's Twitter Feed

1.9.2. Gay Men's Health Leadership Academy

1.10. Stewart Landers

1.10.1. Stewart's Twitter Feed

1.11. Fred Lopez

1.11.1. Fred's Twitter Feed

1.11.2. Gay Men's Health Leadership Academy

1.12. Kaijson Noilmar

1.12.1. Kaijson's Twitter Feed

1.12.2. Gay Men's Health Leadership Academy

1.13. Cindy Patton

1.13.1. Cindy's publications

1.14. Scott Pegues

1.14.1. Gay Men's Health Leadership Academy

1.15. Benjamin Perkins

1.15.1. The MALE Center, Boston

1.16. Jim Pickett

1.16.1. Lifelube

1.16.2. Lifelube Blog

1.16.3. International Rectal Microbicide Advocates (IRMA)

1.17. Kane Race

1.17.1. Kane's publications

1.18. Daniel Reeders

1.18.1. Daniel's Twitter Feed

1.19. Eric Rofes

1.19.1. Thriving: Gay Men's Health in the 20th Century

1.19.2. Reviving the Tribe

1.19.3. Dry Bones Breathe

1.19.4. All of Eric's Books

1.19.5. Eric's Website

1.20. Bill Ryan

1.20.1. Framing Gay Men's Health

1.20.2. Valuing Gay Men's Lives

1.21. Michael Scarce

1.21.1. Smearing the Queer: Medical Bias in the Health Care of Gay Men

1.21.2. Male on Male Rape

1.21.3. Michael's articles

1.22. Charles Stephens

1.22.1. Charles' writings on Lifelube

1.23. Tony Valenzuela

1.23.1. The Crystal Conundrum

1.23.2. Killer Gay Sex

1.24. Wakefield

1.24.1. Wakefield's Twitter Feed

2. Organizations

2.1. Community Organizing

2.1.1. Gay City, Seattle

2.1.2. Gay Men's Health Leadership Academy

2.1.3. HIM, Vancouver

2.1.4. The MALE Center, Boston

2.1.5. Milk México, Mexico City

2.1.6. Project SIGMA, London

2.1.7. Radical Faeries

2.1.8. RÉZO, Montréal

2.1.9. SafeGuards Project, Philadelphia

2.1.10. Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence

2.1.11. WARNING, Paris

2.2. Clinics/ Medical Care

2.2.1. Fenway, Boston

2.2.2. Gay Men's Free Clinic, Berkeley

2.2.3. Magnet, San Francisco

2.2.4. Mazzoni Center, Philadelphia

3. Key Concepts

3.1. Assets-Based Thinking

3.2. Broadening Gay Health beyond HIV

3.3. Exploring Gay Social Networks

3.4. Focusing on the G in LGBTI

3.5. Opposed to pathologizing Gay men and their practices

3.6. Mobilization Focused

3.7. Dispersed Leadership and deprofessionalized

4. Summits/Meetings

4.1. Gay Men's Health Summit I, Boulder CO, 1999

4.2. Gay Men's Health Summit II, Boulder CO, 2000

4.3. Gay Men's Health Summit III, Raleigh, NC, 2003

4.4. Gay Men's Health Summit IV, Salt Lake City, UT, 2005

4.5. WARNING Gay Men's Health Summit, Paris, France, 2005

4.6. Gay Men's Health Summit V, Seattle, WA, 2008

4.7. Gay Men's Health Summit VI Fort Lauderdale, FL 2010

5. Media

5.1. Eric Rofes Memorial at LGBTI Summit, Philadelphia, March, 2007

5.2. Gay Men's Health Leadership Academy Video

5.3. Gay Men's Health Ning

5.4. Trevor Hoppe's Blog

5.5. Lifelube Blog

5.6. Gay Men's Health Agenda

5.7. Including Health in GLAAD Media Reference Guide

5.8. Milkmen