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20 March 2006


Doug Cooper-Spencer

The black gay community has to continue to be visible in the fight against HIV. What I am seeing in many of the churches who are starting to address the issue of HIV is an attempt to make the gay community invisible and to address the matter as if women should be the victims while the homosexual man the villain. The homophobia is still there and makes a mockery of anyone who wishes to address the disease. The disease of the sexual immaturity of many in the black community is part of what contributes to the spread of the HIV. We must make sure the black 'charitable' organizations don't do what many of the white AIDS organizations have tried to do, and that is co-op the HIV preventions resources while overlooking the black gay community.

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