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What Does HIV Stigma Look Like in the U.S. South?

March 14, 2014

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Brandon Wollerson

Brandon Wollerson

Travis County Integral Care, Austin, Texas

I think the biggest face of stigma in the South is homophobia. And that's inherently linked to the relationship between church and social policy and it has done a lot of damage, not only to my own personal life but to a lot of people I love and talk about.




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