Hear Me Out

Dahir, Muharak
July 2006
Empty Closet;Jul2006, Issue 392, pB6
Criticizes the AIDS policy of the administration of U.S. President George W. Bush. Support of the government to the concept of abstinence until marriage; Refusal of the government to fund groups that do not follow its political game; Unimportance of the health and well-being of gay men to the government.


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