The 3 articles this week cover different issues of relevance in HIV: Black AIDS Institute focuses on social/structural/policy issues, the Scully reading focuses on biology, and the Johnston et al reading explores gender bias within the HIV cure field. Please address the following in your post:
- How much prior knowledge did you have about HIV?
- What was surprising to you about the reading(s)?
- Would you classify these readings as feminist? Explain why or why not for each reading.