The plague has ended, though the disease continues. Andrew Sullivan traces a social history in public relations to AIDS and the position of homosexuals in society, an agonizing account of the death of a friend, and then makes an argument for re-evaluating the status and significance of friendship.
Love Undetectable: Reflections on Friendship, Sex and Survival by Andrew Sullivan
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