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The AIDS epidemic soured the memory of the sexual revolution and gay liberation
of the 1970s, and prominent politicians, commentators, and academics instructed
gay men to forget the sexual cultures of the 1970s in order to ensure a healthy future. But without memory there can be no future, argue Christopher Castiglia and Christopher Reed in this exploration of the struggle over gay memory that marked the decades following the onset of AIDS.
Christopher Castiglia is Liberal Arts Research Professor of English at the Pennsylvania State University.Christopher Reed is associate professor of English and visual culture at the Pennsylvania State University.
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