The Alienation of Sexuality by the Conservative Christian Right in HIV/AIDS Issues

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Paranoia, Blame, and Criticism in Gay Communities: An Analysis of the Alienation of Sexuality by the Conservative Christian Right in HIV/AIDS Issues
This HIV/AIDS study will analyze the alienation of sexuality in the Christian conservative right through the marginalization of homosexual persons in American society. The paranoia and fear generated by Christian right wing conservative groups has alienated sexuality by creating fear and paranoia around HIV/AIDS, which is defined through the shaming of homosexual persons as moral and social deviants. By understanding how the fear and paranoia aimed at the AIDS was created Christian groups blaming sexually immoral behavior in gay communities, the defiance of sexuality as an open discussion in...
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..... a disease that affected people from all walks of life. By analyzing the conservative approach towards AIDS and its demonization of gay people in modern society, it greatly affected medical communities in the subjective stereotypes they represented for the general public. In essence, this study describes this alienation of sexuality by conservative groups in regards to the stereotypes made about gay persons in relation to the modern epidemic of AIDS in American culture.
Works Cited:
Couser, Thomas. Recovering Bodies: Illness, Disability and Life Writing. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press.
Sturken, Marita. Tangled Memories: The Vietnam War, The Aids Epidemic, and the Politics of Remembering. Berkeley, CA: University of California, 1997.