As HIV Prevention Money Shrinks, Who Will Save Young Gay Men of Color?
August 15, 2013
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So, walk with me for a little bit. You ever go to a carnival, maybe Coney Island or wherever, and you see those games, the Whack-a-Mole? You get this big pole and you hit the mole and what happens? Where does the mole go? Right, two feet later, there's a mole. Hit the mole, where does the mole go? It kinda feels like this a little bit, about Whack-a-mole. It feels like an exercise in futility. My staff and I, we talk about the definition of insanity. It feels a little bit like that, like we're going to keep repeating and expecting different results. So, who really are the insane people here? The point is, going beyond the symptom and getting to the root.
Mathew Rodriguez is the editorial project manager for TheBody.com and TheBodyPRO.com.
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