This documentary recounts the life of the highly influential but not very popular Richard Berkowitz, a man who revolutionized sex, by promoting safer sex with fewer partners as a means to avoid the spreading of AIDS epidemic, especially among gay people.
In the 80s, Richard Berkowitz, his friend Michael Callen, and Stephen Sonnabend, a controversial AIDS scientist and virologist, begin a campaign of warning and informing people from gay communities about the dangers of unprotected anal sex. At that time the HIV virus wasn’t that well-known and gay people didn’t pay too much attention to their efforts, although many gay people were dying of AIDS.
Now HIV-positive, destitute and forgotten, Berkowits tells his story about love, death, betrayal and sex, from the perspective of a 50-year-old gay man who tried to make a difference in an indifferent world.
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What is about to follow is a list (in no particular order) of top TV series currently available to satisfy your geeky television cravings. If you’re a Silicon Valley fan, then you must know that it isn’t really the LOL kind of comedy but still brings a hefty amount of sarcasm on the current startup-craze hiatus. Read more
The internet has made it easy to download almost any song you want. For example, if you want to download Tamil songs, you can get them from Masstamilan. If you are an honest person and want to pay for music to support artists, labels, and distributors, illegal downloading is not an option at all. Read more