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In response to articles selected from the 6th annual 'Social features of AIDS' convention, this ebook specializes in updated money owed of HIV/AIDS study and linked social/sexual concerns.

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The work of the All Party Parliamentary Group on AIDS and its press conference on the latest figures in 1990 were important in establishing this as an epidemiological issue. See, for example, a profile of Sir (then Doctor) Donald Acheson by Thompson Prentice in The Times, 7 November 1985, which relays the views of its subject without further analysis. Interview, former medical correspondent, March 1991. Interview, gay community worker, April 1990. Interview, Tony Whitehead, July 1989. Comment from gay writer, July 1989.

2: Look at all the famine over there, all the disease coming off the dead cows and all that they die and all that. That’s just like dirtiness and things like that. Dirtiness. Filthy. Blackness. Blackness? What about it? It’s black. Black, blackness, it’s black, that’s what I mean it’s dirty. It’s just disgusting. 9 Some of these themes are implicit (and some explicit) in media coverage of ‘African AIDS’, but people also drew on a wide range of other media and non-media sources. In talking about why they associated AIDS with Africa, people referred to sources such as a ‘World in Action’ documentary about Africa, famine relief advertisements, a poster showing evolution from monkey to man and a whole range of accounts of Africa ‘pretty well catalogued from Darwin onwards’.

Prisoners, Group 4) Coloured people have been know to have intercourse with anything. (Janitors) Resp. 1: 40 Tell us, how did it all start, I heard it was a guy had a thing with a gorilla. ‘African AIDS’: The Media and Audience Beliefs Resp. 2: Resp. 3: Resp. 1: Resp. 3: I heard it was a guy had sex with a bull. I heard it was a guy in Africa or something. It was just because of those black mother-fuckers from abroad, man. Had sex with a gorilla or a monkey, something like that anyway, that’s why I say it was the pakis that brought it here (SACRO clients, Group 1) Even when not making outright allegations about black bestiality in its literal sense, other participants made it clear that they thought that AIDS was common in Africa because of the distinct (and inferior) social/sexual behaviour of black people.

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