COVID-19 and AIDS: Triggering My Old Tears

HIV survivors and advocates fight unresolved grief

UNFOLDING THE AIDS MEMORIAL QUILT on the National Mall in Washington DC, 4 July 2012, by Elvert Barnes Photography on Flickr. CC BY-SA 2.0

A voice of reason and calm —

Like much of the rest of the world, I’m social distancing, holed up at home worrying about loved ones, taking sensible precautions so I don’t help coronavirus spread around my community.




Collected Writings. Stories and ramblings from a long-time LGBTQ thinker and activist.

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James Finn

James Finn

James Finn is a columnist for the LA Blade, a former Air Force intelligence analyst, an alumnus of Act Up NY, and an agented but unpublished novelist.

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