It will remind you of the necessity of street activism, as well as more mainstream politicking. Notify me of new comments via email. What's a gay boy to do? While Strub's memoir is filled with loss, death and destruction, it is one of the most hope filled books I have ever read.
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Refresh and try again. Apr 17, Rob Murphy rated it really liked it. Ultimately, Strub gave up on his mainstream political dreams and began working more overtly on gay rights, particularly on the fight against AIDS. So many lively and lovely lives would have been spared if not for the apathy and attitudes of those including our then president Reagan.
I have long been aware of the elements of my community's history but never in the detail to make it real and visceral.
Body Counts is fascinating chronicle of Strub's experience of the disease and the memoir of an activist who witnessed a great deal of history. Fight Aids! The book would be exhausting if it weren't so 'action-packed' with important information about the era it covers which is not exactly over and about human behavior in general.
In answering protests, Dallas police response deserves both scrutiny and credit.
Of these three, my only real talent is service. Across the country, Americans felt corruption skulking out the window and a fresh breeze of clean politics coming through the door. My greatest takeaway was probably an answer to a question I've had for several years.