Killers at Large

April 2005
National Review;4/11/2005, Vol. 57 Issue 6, p54
Reports that public health officials in the United States are considering measures to prevent gays from spreading HIV/AIDS. Presentation of a fictional case of a gay man who contracted HIV/AIDS and continued to have unprotected sexual intercourse; Reference to articles in "The New York Times" regarding new and virulent strains of AIDS; Reference to the book "The Gay Metropolis," by Charles Kaiser, which claims that gay men should not have the right to spread HIV/AIDS through unprotected intercourse; Possibility that health officials will infiltrate gay Web sites, identify carriers of HIV/AIDS, and warn possible victims.


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