The New York Native, a gay news magazine that was credited in the early 's with pioneering AIDS coverage but more recently has been criticized as a forum for conspiracy theories, folded this week after 16 years of publication. Charles Orteb, the publication's publisher and editor, said he decided to shut the magazine last Friday due to financial difficulties. The approximately 20 members of the Native's staff were notified Sunday. Orteb said.
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Having heard of a very rare form of cancer that struck some gay men, Lawrence D. Mass , the paper's medical writer, called the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention CDC and was advised that the rumors of a "gay cancer" were unfounded. He then wrote a story headlined: "Disease Rumors Largely Unfounded.
At the newspaper's height, circulation was 18, to 19, copies. Pitcher, and Doug Pollard, who later went on to launch the weekly gay newspaper, Gay Week affectionately known as Gweek he later became a presenter on Joy Melbourne Sex between men had been partially decriminalised for males over the age of 21 in England and Wales with the passage of the Sexual Offences Act Gay News was the response to a nationwide demand by lesbians and gay men for news of the burgeoning liberation movement.