What's Love Got to Do With It?

Belk, Martin
August 2006
ScotsGay Magazine;Aug2006, Issue 71, p34
The article comments on issues affecting the GLBT community. It cites the social factors that hinder same-sex marriage. It details the implications of the use of social labeling to refer to gays for the community. It argues that the promotion on unsafe sex is one of the major factors contributing to the increased number of people with AIDS.


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