5 LGBT things you need to know today, Nov. 30

1. A Wisconsin school canceled a reading of transgender teenager Jazz Jennings’ book “I Am Jazz” after the anti-LGBT Liberty Counsel threatened a lawsuit.

2. In advance of World AIDS Day tomorrow, Queerty says “these five incredible activists are the reason we will defeat HIV.”

3. Meet the man who transformed how the New York Times covers the LGBT community.

4. “We, men, do not consider men who love men to be men. This is the rule. But there are exceptions. There are gays who have earned our respect and the right to remain real men in our eyes.” Maxim Russia doesn’t like gays, except for ones like Neil Patrick Harris, Freddie Mercury, Ian McKellen and a couple others.

5. VIDEO OF THE DAY: HBO is airing a VICE special report on the breakthroughs happening in HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment called “Countdown To Zero” on Tuesday night at 9 p.m. to mark World AIDS Day. Here’s a promo.