Out of sight, out of mind

Darski, Krzysztof T.
April 1986
Body Politic;Apr86, Issue 125, p21
Discusses the threat of AIDS facing homosexuals in Poland. Conditions of homosexuals in the country; Relations of homosexuals to the Polish society; Way to prevent homosexuals from spreading the AIDS disease.


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