Christopher Whitney: 'The Sex Guy' on health and happiness

Nash, Suzi
June 2014
Philadelphia Gay News;6/13/2014, Vol. 38 Issue 24, p27
An interview with HIV/AIDS educator Christopher Whitney is presented. Topics discussed include his job as the HIV/AIDS director at the Bucks County Health Department in Pennsylvania for 16 years, lecturing about AIDS health and sex in schools and rotary clubs, and his musical interests. Also mentioned are his family's acceptance of his homosexuality, realizing he was gay at 33 years old, and his marriage to his partner in Canada.


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