The AIDS epidemic is a solvable problem. Ending AIDS is not just an aspiration. But despite recent advancements in diagnosis and treatment, explained Anthony Fauci, the director of the National Institute for Allergy and Infectious Disease at a recent Atlantic forum , the rate of new infections has stopped decreasing, remaining at a plateau over the last decade. At least part of the cause is the stigma against homosexuality in the black community, Fauci and others agreed.
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Kumagai, the first openly gay person to serve on the Dublin City Council, had asked the council for a proclamation in support of the Pride celebration and that the multicolored LGBTQ flag be flown over City Hall, along with the American and California flags, for the entire month of June. The five-member council supported the proclamation unanimously, but when it came to the flag, a debate ensued among the public and the council members. Some audience members spoke during public comment in favor of the flag going up.
Gordon Martin, a retired librarian who had been building a personal collection of such paperbacks for years, donated some volumes in The Lesbian Popular Fiction Collection contains approximately one hundred pulp novels, primarily from the s and s. With titles like Women in the Shadows, Of Shame and Joy, The Unmarried Ones, The Fourth Sex, and The Third Way, these novels often portray the secretive and dangerous lives of lesbians who have found their way to the bar scene in big cities in search of others like themselves. Numerous covers show brunettes as the confident seductresses and blondes as the confused but tempted women struggling with their sexual identity.