Michigan Author’s ‘Blood Criminals’ Book Talks Modern Toll of HIV

By |2019-11-29T10:40:30-05:00November 27th, 2019|Guides, World AIDS Day|

When HIV hit America in the ’80s it decimated LGBTQ communities and forever changed the course of national sex education. But what happened to the people who survived the epidemic? And what happens to people who are diagnosed today? In his new book, “Blood Criminals: Living with HIV in 21st Century America” ($13 from Weasel Press), author, activist and Between The Lines contributing writer Jonathan Thurston tracks the lives of six people in America as they deal with all the cultural problems associated with HIV/AIDS. Their stories include incomplete sex education; diagnosis without links to care; abuse