Atlanta Magazine examines how the appearabce of AIDS in 1981 has changed the sexual patterns in today's society. The story criticizes the "misplaced American prudery," which prevents a realistic diologue about AIDS prevention, and looks at the "smiling pharmaceutical ads [that] downplay the disease's devastation and lull the HIV-negative population into a false sense of security." The analysis reveals that gay's community infection rates have started to surge again in the beginning of 2001, and cites estimates that 10 percent of the homeless population is infected.
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