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Join Cleve Jones and ONE's Fight Against HIV/AIDS


In anticipating of World AIDS Day this weekend, activist Cleve Jones called on a few of his friends, including Colin Farrell, Kellan Lutz and Zoe Saldana Lark Voorhies, to participate in a new video series for the group ONE's campaign fight against HIV/AIDS: "It Starts With Me."

"Things only change when a new generation of people decides that something that was tolerable and acceptable is no longer for them and they say, 'It's got to be changed,'" Jones says in the video.

Watch Jones and company explain the disastrous, preventable gap in HIV/AIDS treatments around the world and how you can help end the nasty retrovirus once and for all AFTER THE JUMP.

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  1. That's not Lark Voorhies, that's Zoe Saldana. Oops. Other than that, what a great, inspiring video.

    Posted by: Wendell | Nov 29, 2012 10:19:47 AM

  2. No word about actual strategies to stop the spread. No mention of the US gay community. Just a few vague abstractions and emotional piano, 30 years after the fact.
    Please Mary. This must be what's call gay leadership.

    Posted by: Wilberforce | Nov 29, 2012 12:25:26 PM

  3. More sentimentality to let people pretend that they care.

    Posted by: Wilberforce | Nov 29, 2012 12:26:13 PM

  4. wilberforce, i look forward to seeing, later today, your own contribution with a much stronger and direct message which you're no doubt creating and uploading to youtube right now.


    Posted by: LittleKiwi | Nov 29, 2012 12:44:46 PM

  5. RIDICULOUS ! Colin Farrell is famous for saying he never uses condoms when having sex - even when he has one night stands with strangers ! What a TERRIBLE idea to allow such an arrogant and irresponsible moron to record a video for a HIV/AIDS organization !!!!!

    WHEN will people do more research !?!? This makes us all look STUPID.

    Posted by: Icebloo | Nov 29, 2012 2:51:52 PM

  6. Kiwi, I've made stronger and more direct messages for thirty years, in the Universities, in gay journals, and all over the net. They've been ignored.
    But I see. You'll use the fact that I work in business and have to have to stay anonymous to change the subject. Nice.
    I thought I'd seen all the avoidance tactics. But that's a new one for me.

    Posted by: Wilberforce | Nov 29, 2012 3:30:12 PM

  7. I guess that we will have to convince both Pope Benedict and Colin Farrell that the use of condoms is essential in preventing the spread of disease.

    Posted by: andrew | Nov 29, 2012 11:57:37 PM

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