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That Time “Will & Grace” Forgot HIV Exists. Again.

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Gbmhivsenior

I agree with u Mark,i like will and grace,most times i look to T.V. to escape,but now there is too much at stake,these expensive hiv meds are not free,the racist evangelicals feel empowered,they can push Trump to do anything,good looking gay men played by mostly straight men isn’t funny anymore,me being black and gay,they want to suppress votes,block trans people from military,increase rent for low income housing,hiv med funding could be next,I don’t feel like laughing anymore,vote Nov 2018.

May 3, 2018 Tulsa

Mainely Butch

I've watched this show, both the original series and some of the new ones. It's not really a good portrayal of "real" life in the LGBT community. W&G is obviously made for the average middle-class straight white audience's viewing pleasure. Your article here is spot-on, they should diversify their cast; add a lesbian or two, a friend living with HIV, talk about PrEP and other STD prevention as well. But that might scare off their desired audience. I wonder if they saw this article?

April 20, 2018 Maine, USA

Harry

I so love this show.I have been positive for 28 years and I can't believe they don't have some kind of discussion. Even if its about the aids quilts

November 17, 2017 Indiana

Sjulaw

I agree with Richard, never liked the original, very stereotypical and non realistic how the average gay lives in New York City. Hated the new version and actually stopped watching half way through!

November 14, 2017

Richard

I never liked the show. It was so pretentious. It was so forced. And it was so not funny.

November 11, 2017 UK

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