Episode 3

Travis Hunter-Lull

Travis Hunter-Lull

Travis was born in the mid 1980s and never knew a world without HIV/AIDS. In this episode, he recalls how the disease shaped his early sexual exploration, and how the skills he learned to manage risk have become useful in the age of COVID-19.

You can find Travis on Twitter @tjlull.

Mathew Rodriguez

Mathew Rodriguez is a journalist, essayist and cultural critic. He is the senior editor at The Atlantic and was previously an editor at TheBody, an HIV/AIDS news website.

His April 2020 article "COVID-19 and HIV Are Not the Same. But They’re Similar in Many Ways That Matter." was quoted in this episode.

You can find him on Twitter @mathewrodriguez and on his website https://www.mathew-rodriguez.com/.

About the Podcast

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Pandemic Sexuality
A podcast that shares lessons from the HIV/AIDS epidemic on navigating intimacy during a plague.

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Emma Katz

Emma Katz is an entrepreneur who has spent her career scaling mission-driven businesses and non-profits, with a special focus in the arts, gender, and sexuality.