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realtransfacts: batsarentbugs: In the documentary, How to Survive a Plague they mention this very fact. Reagan was the president during this time and do you know what he did when the LGBTQ community begged him for help? He fucking laughed at us. His administration CELEBRATED that finally, ‘God’s judgement in the form of a plague’ was striking down queer people.  They saw it as a form of divine population control.  Reagan could have given a rats ass about us… Until the plague began to effect straight people. THEN his administration cared. Because the people that mattered were finally getting sick. And finally the millions of dollars in research money was poured into finding a treatment for HIV. But by then, so many LGBTQ individuals had died.  More people died from the initial HIV epidemic than the Vietnam war. So when straight people complain about being ‘oppressed’ and why there isn’t a straight pride parade? Go fuck yourself. No one has ever tried to wipe you out through a plague, ignored your cries for help as a disease wiped out massive amounts of your community. I haven’t watched the documentary, but I did read the book How to Survive a Plague. And I highly recommend that people read/watch it because it is very good/informational, as heartbreaking as it is. : Stagger Lee Shot First @elongreen People tend to dance around it, but conservatives liked AIDS; for years the plague was, from their perspective, killing the right people. 6:56 AM 02 Dec 18 2,267 Retweets 8,910 Likes Stagger Lee Shot First O @elongreen · 1d historical memory has turned their actions into negligence, but they we cheering the epidemic on. 27 164 1,207 6. realtransfacts: batsarentbugs: In the documentary, How to Survive a Plague they mention this very fact. Reagan was the president during this time and do you know what he did when the LGBTQ community begged him for help? He fucking laughed at us. His administration CELEBRATED that finally, ‘God’s judgement in the form of a plague’ was striking down queer people.  They saw it as a form of divine population control.  Reagan could have given a rats ass about us… Until the plague began to effect straight people. THEN his administration cared. Because the people that mattered were finally getting sick. And finally the millions of dollars in research money was poured into finding a treatment for HIV. But by then, so many LGBTQ individuals had died.  More people died from the initial HIV epidemic than the Vietnam war. So when straight people complain about being ‘oppressed’ and why there isn’t a straight pride parade? Go fuck yourself. No one has ever tried to wipe you out through a plague, ignored your cries for help as a disease wiped out massive amounts of your community. I haven’t watched the documentary, but I did read the book How to Survive a Plague. And I highly recommend that people read/watch it because it is very good/informational, as heartbreaking as it is.
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alasborricadas: sabanasblancasuniverse: Via: La gente camina en una plataforma de turismo en Zhangjiajie, provincia de Hunan, China. El puente de cristal en el Gran Cañón del Parque Forestal Nacional de Zhangjiajie. El puente Hussaini del lago Borit en Pakistán es probablemente uno de los puentes más peligrosos del mundo. El Puente Qeswachaka en Perú es un puente de cuerda inca colocado sobre cañones, gargantas y ríos. El puente de la bahía de Chesapeake en Maryland se extiende por más de 4,3 millas y es una de las estructuras de acero continuas sobre el agua más largas del mundo. Storseisundbrua, Atlantic Highway, Noruega. Glass Skywalk, Tianmenshan National Forest Park, China. Royal Gorge Bridge, cerca de Canon City, Colorado. Puente del cielo de Langkawi, Malasia. Puente colgante de Capilano, Canadá. Trift Bridge, Suiza. Puente del río Sidu, China. Titlis Suspension Bridge, Suiza. El puente del viaducto de Millau, cerca de Millau, Francia. Puente Eshima Ohashi, Japón. Aiguille du Midi, Ródano-Alpes, Francia. Puente de Ojuela, Ojuela, México. Kawarau Gorge Bridge, Nueva Zelanda. Puente colgante de Ghasa, Nepal. Puentes de mono, Vietnam:  Los puentes de monos en Vietnam incluyen un tronco gigante para tus pies y otro más pequeño e inestable para tus manos, haciendo que los usuarios crucen como un ‘mono’ Mira que montón de sitios que no voy a pisar en la puta vida. : D : Los puentes más aterradores del mundo... sabanasblancasuniverse.tumblr.com alasborricadas: sabanasblancasuniverse: Via: La gente camina en una plataforma de turismo en Zhangjiajie, provincia de Hunan, China. El puente de cristal en el Gran Cañón del Parque Forestal Nacional de Zhangjiajie. El puente Hussaini del lago Borit en Pakistán es probablemente uno de los puentes más peligrosos del mundo. El Puente Qeswachaka en Perú es un puente de cuerda inca colocado sobre cañones, gargantas y ríos. El puente de la bahía de Chesapeake en Maryland se extiende por más de 4,3 millas y es una de las estructuras de acero continuas sobre el agua más largas del mundo. Storseisundbrua, Atlantic Highway, Noruega. Glass Skywalk, Tianmenshan National Forest Park, China. Royal Gorge Bridge, cerca de Canon City, Colorado. Puente del cielo de Langkawi, Malasia. Puente colgante de Capilano, Canadá. Trift Bridge, Suiza. Puente del río Sidu, China. Titlis Suspension Bridge, Suiza. El puente del viaducto de Millau, cerca de Millau, Francia. Puente Eshima Ohashi, Japón. Aiguille du Midi, Ródano-Alpes, Francia. Puente de Ojuela, Ojuela, México. Kawarau Gorge Bridge, Nueva Zelanda. Puente colgante de Ghasa, Nepal. Puentes de mono, Vietnam:  Los puentes de monos en Vietnam incluyen un tronco gigante para tus pies y otro más pequeño e inestable para tus manos, haciendo que los usuarios crucen como un ‘mono’ Mira que montón de sitios que no voy a pisar en la puta vida. : D

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