Body Counts – A Memoir of Activism, Sex, and Survival

Juliet Bennett
Independent Nurse Advisor

As I’ve survived longer, I’ve felt more of a compulsion to bear witness…there are fewer and fewer people alive who were there who can speak first hand as to what it was like.’ Few have articulated so honestly, and in such depth, what was taking place in the earliest days of the HIV epidemic, but Sean Strub can and does just this. In this absorbing, disturbing, at times upsetting and occasionally amusing memoir, Strub recounts his own personal journey of living with HIV. He links his experience to the history of the last three decades of the HIV epidemic and its inextricable ties to the LGBT rights movement. Read more…