Sean Strub


Sean Strub is a long-time activist and writer who was diagnosed with HIV more than 33 years ago. In 1990, Strub became the first openly HIV-positive person to run for the U.S. Congress. He has since gone on to create POZ, a leading print and online magazine for people living with HIV/AIDS, and presently serves as the director of the Sero Project, a network of people with HIV fighting for freedom from stigma and injustice. His new book Body Counts: A Memoir of Politics, Sex, AIDS and Survival was released in January 2014. Strub’s writings can also be found on POZ and The Huffington Post.


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