To protect and serve

Rotello, Gabriel
June 1995
Advocate;6/13/95, Issue 683, p80
Comments on the division of the gay community over the issue of HIV infection. Responsibility of HIV-positive gays to protect the uninfected; Attitude of HIV-positive gays from risky sexual behavior; Suggested attitude of gays to the stigma attached to AIDS.


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