Why would anyone call the generation rapidly flooding the work space "generation gay"? Yet, the Internet and other mass media sources are motley with LGBT references when they write anything on the subject of the Millenials, The Nexters, Generation Y or any other label they might come up with to refer to those who were born between the years 1982 and 2002.
We all have those movies that you want to watch at least a couple of times, particularly if there are good memories associated with the first time you saw them. Shelter is one of mine.
Personally, I do not feel that HIV/AIDS is a physiological disease any longer: it's a social malady. A malady that stigmatizes people and alienates even those who used to be close and loving. The societal perceptions need to be changed. Why should we feel pity and compassion for those who are dying of lung cancer they have got from a smoking addiction but resentment and righteous wrath for those who happen to have HIV/AIDS?
If you have even been caught in the undertow, you would know how difficult (almost impossible) it is to get out of it if you are trying to fight it and swim towards the shore. The tow will drag you into the sea where you will most certainly die, struggling for air. However, if you swim across the current, along the shore, soon enough you will get into the area where the drag is not that strong and you will be able to get to the surface.
Those of you who have not seen the Canadian show Don’t Quit Your Gay Job probably should do so to check out how two gay friends celebrate successes and ridicule disappointment learning how to be “out” and enjoy it in the workspace.