*John-Manuel Andriote writes in the Atlantic about how AIDS in America is still very much a gay disease.
*The Atlantic's tumblr is collecting personal stories about how AIDS has affected our lives. Submit your story, if you want!
*President Obama announced new treatment and prevention initiatives today, including a commitment to getting antiretroviral drugs to 2 million more people around the world by 2013.
*A new study on mice shows some promise in preventing new infections.
*The UN World AIDS Day site explains the goals of this year's "getting to zero" campaign.
*Annie Lennox writes about mothers2mothers, an African NGO that actually sounds really amazing in that they employ women living with AIDS in several sub-Sarahan countries to lead support groups and do outreach on preventing mother-to-child HIV transmission, rather than just sending over some wide-eyed American white chicks to talk about condoms or whatever. Read some of their mentor mother stories. They are amazing.
*Lastly, via @projectBOSSorg, you can text your zip code to 566948 and find out where you can get free testing in your area.