The World forgets World AIDS Day. We don’t.

Strangely, the World seems to have become blithely unaware of World AIDS Day, which just a few years ago was one of the most important days in the calendar of secular awareness-raising rituals. Neither on the European Commission’s nor on the European Parliament’s websites (and not even at the indefatigable ILGA-Europe or the EP’s Sodomy-Intergroup) does one find any mention of it, and on the streets around Place Lux and R-P Schuman there is a shining absence of people wearing red ribbons and stern faces.

Is everybody getting bored by the AIDS issue? Or have they discovered that it is not any more efficacious in promoting “LGBT”?

We, too, have little time to spend on this – but for the convenience of our readers, we point back at the post we published last year. It remains still valid.

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