Years of Living Precariously

Years of Living Precariously

A New Normal

A New Normal Part XIV of an Ongoing Chronicle of the First Fifteen Years of the AIDS Pandemic by Bruce Ward One Sunday, about fifteen years ago,...

Buddy System

Buddy System Part III of an Ongoing Chronicle of the First Fifteen Years of the AIDS Pandemic by Bruce Ward The volunteer “buddy” program at Gay Men’s...

First Ray of Hope?

1986: First Ray of Hope? Part VIII of an Ongoing Chronicle of the First Fifteen Years of the AIDS Pandemic by Bruce Ward Pandora, the first mortal...

1985: 745 Healthy Gay Men

1985: 745 Healthy Gay Men Part VII of an Ongoing Chronicle of the First Fifteen Years of the AIDS Pandemic by Bruce Ward After returning to the...

Someone Like Me

Someone Like Me Part IV of an Ongoing Chronicle of the First Fifteen Years of the AIDS Pandemic by Bruce Ward In the summer of 1984, I...

Last Dance

Summer 1981. My twenty-second birthday. Midnight. Going to the Anvil, Downtown. The Big Apple! I am a newly minted gay man, exploring this new...

1986: Donna Summer Has Left the Building

1986: Donna Summer Has Left the Building Part XIII of an Ongoing Chronicle of the First Fifteen Years of the AIDS Pandemic by Bruce Ward David Reuben’s...

1986: The Virus That Dared Not Speak Its Name

1986: The Virus That Dared Not Speak Its Name Part XII of an Ongoing Chronicle of the First Fifteen Years of the AIDS Pandemic by Bruce...

Rock Hudson: The Shot Heard Round the World

Rock Hudson: The Shot Heard Round the World Part IX of an Ongoing Chronicle of the First Fifteen Years of the AIDS Pandemic by Bruce Ward On...

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