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The Red Scare, The Pink Scare and the Homosexual Agenda

Gay America: Sex, Politics and The Impact of AIDS

Bobbi Campbell, left, originally from Seattle, became the first person living with AIDS to come out publicly after he became the 16th person to be diagnosed in San Francisco with the still unnamed disease. He co-authored a safer-sex manual called “Play Fair,” and died in 1984.Newsweek, 1983

Gay America: Sex, Politics and The Impact of AIDS

Bobbi Campbell, left, originally from Seattle, became the first person living with AIDS to come out publicly after he became the 16th person to be diagnosed in San Francisco with the still unnamed disease. He co-authored a safer-sex manual called “Play Fair,” and died in 1984.

Newsweek, 1983

Homosexuality: Legitimate Alternative Deathstyle  |  Dick Hafer
Conservative/Republican nutter and cartoonist, Dick Hafer presents a looney tale of the perils of sodomy, including golden showers, fisting, and the downfall of humanity! 
Illustrated ‘FACTS’ of the Homosexual Agenda!
View if you dare!

Homosexuality: Legitimate Alternative Deathstyle  |  Dick Hafer

Conservative/Republican nutter and cartoonist, Dick Hafer presents a looney tale of the perils of sodomy, including golden showers, fisting, and the downfall of humanity! 

Illustrated ‘FACTS’ of the Homosexual Agenda!

View if you dare!

LaRouche Initiative

June 29, 1986. Marchers carrying a banner and signs protesting California Proposition 64 — known as the LaRouche Initiative, after political activist Lyndon LaRouche, who proposed it — parade down San Francisco’s Market Street during the 17th annual Freedom Day Parade. The LaRouche Initiative, which was on the Nov. 4, 1986, ballot, proposed that all AIDS patients be quarantined and barred from school and food service jobs. It was rejected.

Photo: Jim Gerberich  /  The Associated Press

LaRouche Initiative

June 29, 1986. Marchers carrying a banner and signs protesting California Proposition 64 — known as the LaRouche Initiative, after political activist Lyndon LaRouche, who proposed it — parade down San Francisco’s Market Street during the 17th annual Freedom Day Parade. The LaRouche Initiative, which was on the Nov. 4, 1986, ballot, proposed that all AIDS patients be quarantined and barred from school and food service jobs. It was rejected.

Photo: Jim Gerberich  /  The Associated Press