Ugly bug

Sanderson, Terry
March 2003
Gay Times (09506101);Mar2003, Issue 294, p75
Investigates the bug-chasing phenomenon among gays or the deliberate infection of oneself with HIV. References to articles about the phenomenon; Implications to society.


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