The Tragedy of Today's Gays is a 2005 book by gay activist Larry Kramer, in which the author prints a speech he delivered at New York City's Cooper Union Hall on November 21, 2004. In the speech, Kramer urges gay men and lesbians to take action, unite as a community, and embrace safer lifestyles.Author: Larry Kramer. Community Reviews. In this sense, The Tragedy of Today's Gays serves as a survival guide in our fight against the AIDS pandemic, securing our future achievements and dreams. The points Kramer makes herein are valid and bear thinking about. This is as much praise as I can muster to give 'The Tragedy of Today's Gays'.3.9/5.
Oct 27, 2013 · The Tragedy of Today's Gays Paperback – Bargain Price, April 21, 2005. larry kramer gay community gay men today gays gay people thinking important message age america call rights stop action become belief screaming tragedy ultimately. Showing 1-8 of 11 reviews. Top Reviews.4.8/5(11). Sep 28, 2005 · Mr. Specter interviewed Larry Kramer about The Tragedy of Today’s Gays, published by Tarcher.Mr. Kramer wrote in his book about the history of AIDS and .
September 28, 2005 | Clip Of The Tragedy of Today's Gays This clip, title, and description were not created by C-SPAN. Clip: The Tragedy of Today\'s Gays. The tragedy of today's gays. [Larry Kramer] -- With equal parts eloquence and urgency, common sense and patriotism, Kramer writes a concise history of AIDS and despairs that gays have become a tragic people: A lack of civic and political.
Apr 14, 2019 · The Tragedy of Today s Gays Book by Kramer Larry. If a friend asked me what this book was about I would say "It's about how Larry Kramer is both justifiably pissed at the apathy, stupidity, and inaction of the gay rights movement, and about how he is so blinded by his own white male privilege that he manages to insult the entire GLBT community with his complete lack of understanding of how 4.1/5(764). In "The Tragedy of Gay Men Today", Kramer gives us a short history of AIDS and the other problems that face our community. He comes to the conclusion that gays are a tragic people. He says that we lack involvement in society and that we face "hateful opposition".Brand: Penguin Publishing Group.