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Daniel Lyons
Daniel Lyons is a public health researcher and artist living in New York City. For the past decade he has worked both internationally and domestically on issues of gender, sexual health, and HIV. Currently he works as a consultant specializing in photovoice as a research methodology and mobilization tool for underserved communities.

Entries by Daniel Lyons

Ukrainian Band Lyudska Podoba Talks Patriarchy, Sexualities and Trojan Horses

(0) Comments | Posted October 15, 2014 | 5:29 PM

Portrait by Daniel Jack Lyons

While civil unrest continues to pervade the east of Ukraine, a new generation of artists and musicians in Kiev are creating wide spectrum of sounds and spectacles. At the forefront of this burgeoning scene is Lyudska...

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Transgender Activist Cecilia Gentili on Identity and Putting the 'T' Back in LGBT

(1) Comments | Posted March 14, 2014 | 11:59 AM


Since leaving Argentina, Cecilia Gentili has embarked on an incredible journey of transformation, ultimately turning her into a widely respected advocate for trans rights in New York City. Currently, she serves as the Trans Health Coordinator for the APICHA Community Health...

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Breaking Social Silences in Nigeria: A Conversation With Gay Rights Activist Michael Ighodaro

(34) Comments | Posted September 15, 2013 | 11:47 AM

At 27, Michael Ighodaro has lived through enough life-changing experiences to fill the pages of a memoir, yet his work has only just begun. From his beginnings as a grassroots organizer supporting homeless gay teens from a street corner in Benin to founding the first Nigerian organization to support HIV-positive...

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Reframing Masculinity

(1) Comments | Posted November 27, 2012 | 1:49 PM

The first time I went to No Parking, I gagged on the chandelier. Hanging from the center of this former parking garage-turned-gay bar in Washington Heights, was an orb of neon lights that illuminated its mostly Dominican patrons. I had just moved to the neighborhood and was delighted to find...

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