A journey into a painful part of queer history: the HIV epidemic of the 1980s and '90s. This is the first of several episodes supported by The British Podcast Awards Fund and The Wellcome Trust addressing HIV in the UK, and as such isn't the funniest episode available. It is, however, important, and worth sticking with if you can, despite its considerable length and emotional heft.For more details about the epidemic, the LGBTQ response to it and all the brave people involved, I recommend checking out We Were Here, 120 BPM, and How To Survive A Plague. They'll break your heart, but also, hopefully, inspire and uplift you.Stories of queer life and even queer-er sex.Always interesting, definitely amusing, Probably True - the repeatedly-award-winning, slightly filthy storytelling project tackling LGBTQ issues in a fun and engaging way.Much like its creator, it is a smutty-but-charming collection of personal misadventures working to make the world a better place, one silly, sexy story at a time.Patreon.com/ProbablyTrue // ProbablyTruePodcast.com \\ @ScottFlashheart
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