Tragedy of today's gays.
New York : Jeremy P. Tarcher/Penguin, ©2005
|描述：||xiii, 108 pages ; 18 cm|
|内容：||Foreword / Naomi Wolf --
Introduction / Larry Kramer --
The Tragedy of Today's Gays --
Afterword / Rodger McFarlane.
With equal parts eloquence and urgency, common sense and patriotism, Kramer writes a concise history of AIDS and despairs that gays have become a tragic people: A lack of civic and political involvement even when faced with an increasingly powerful and hateful opposition. A sexual abandon so reckless that "we are murdering each other." A growing addiction to crystal-meth that defies logic. But Kramer offers gays a survival plan: "So many of Larry Kramer's messages to the younger generation are humanist messages, so old-fashioned in a callow age that we need Kramer to make them again," writes Naomi Wolf in her foreword. "Honor your dead. Take responsibility for yourselves. Grow up. Your lives have meaning-don't fuck and drug them away."
- Gays -- United States -- Social conditions.
- Gay men -- United States -- Social conditions.
- Gays -- Government policy -- United States.
- Homophobia -- United States.
- AIDS (Disease) -- Social aspects.
- Gay men -- Social conditions.
- Gays -- Government policy.
- Gays -- Social conditions.
- United States.