What happened to the plague of HIV/AIDS that once seemed so threatening? Gabriele Griffin argues that the explosion of HIV/AIDS into highly visible cultural forms, from movies, theatre, activist interventions, and art from the late-1980s to the mid-1990s has been replaced by a retreat to artisitic invisibility. Griffin suggests that changes in the understanding of HIV/AIDS, the shift from adying of the diseasea to aliving with ita in Western cultures, and a failure to grasp the full extent of the growth and impact of HIV/AIDS in a number of African and Asian countries has led to the adeatha of the disease in the Western media.CD that you are immune, and publishers, writers and editors of lesbian -alt; erotica/ porn have had to, and are having to, ... that all fictional writing or visual representation of lesbian sex should immediately incorporate safer sex guide linesa#39; (1989:anbsp;...
|Title||:||Representations of HIV and AIDS|
|Publisher||:||Manchester University Press - 2000|