The Sydney Star advises its readers not to let others know they are participating in the AIDS study being conducted.
There have been two definite cases of AIDS diagnosed in Australia — both contracted overseas — and one or two possible cases. Yet such is the fascination with the syndrome that it has become the new buzz-word in Australian society.
Voyeurism and ignorance within the medical profession and the media had led to the hysterical labelling of AIDS as the “gay cancer,” according to Sydney gay activist Lex Watson.
“Homosexual people are so discriminated against in this state [Queensland] that we are not even included in discussions on discrimination or anti-discrimination legislation.”
First, if you lead a normal sex life, either heterosexual or homosexual, AIDS is probably no threat to you. Only the very promiscuous seem afflicted, apart from those one-in-ten-million chances we all run in our day-to-day lives.
The first suspected case of AIDS contracted in Australia had been notified by a Sydney…
The Anti-Discrimination Board of NSW is investigating a claim that a homosexual who suspected he had AIDS was denied emergency medical treatment.