It seems obvious now, but he never entered my mind as being an A-lister since I haven't seen him in anything since "Ferris Bueller's Day Off."
To people who say, "And we care because ...?" I say this:
Because he's the most high-profile person to have the virus since Magic Johnson -- and it if handled properly could shine a huge light on the advances in treatment.A friend and former GLAAD president notes:
I hope NBC News has been educated by now about Truvada and the impossibility of undetectable viral load transmission so that tomorrow's story about Charlie Sheen (if true) is from 2015 and not 1995. Stories like this are why we need media advocacy organizations.