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Ramon Johnson

Ramon Johnson
Ramon is a new media journalist and the gay lifestyle guide at About.com, a New York Times Company. In 2008, Ramon was named 'GLBT Person of the Year' by GayAgenda and in 2009, Gay Life at About.com was selected as 'Best Gay Lifestyle Blog' by BestGayBlogs.com. Ramon is a regular speaker at youth diversity organization Live Out Loud, Reciprocity Foundation, and a youth mentor at The Ali Forney Center, an LGBT homeless youth service organization. He was named one of Clik Magazine's 25 Most Influential Gay African-Americans in media for his contributions to the LGBT community and has been a guest gay lifestyle expert on Proper Television's "TV Made Me Do It," Q Television's "On Q Live," "The Derek and Romaine Show" on Sirius Satellite Radio and New York's Power 105 morning radio show.

The 10 Stories to Follow as HIV/AIDS Enters Its Fourth Decade

The 10 Stories to Follow as HIV/AIDS Enters Its Fourth Decade

by Ramon Johnson on January 25 2011, 10:03AM

Microbicides and pill-a-day prevention on the way. AIDS research returns to the U.S. Federal and state initiatives take off. But don’t wait for that Berlin cure.

Topics: HIV/AIDS at 30, Health

The Young People Building Tomorrow's Queer World Photo

The Young People Building Tomorrow’s Queer World

by Ramon Johnson on June 30 2010, 10:40AM

A glimpse into queer America’s multiracial and incredibly dynamic future.

Topics: Gender & Sexuality, LGBT Youth