The Angriest Queer 

Not even the shock-brigade theatrics of ACT UP can contain the rage of Danny Sotomayor. He's too mad to talk and too busy to die.

April 23, 1990: It's Monday-morning rush hour, and 1,000 AIDS activists swarm north over the Michigan Avenue bridge. They chant, blow whistles, and wave banners and placards shaped like tombstones. Many are costumed--as blood-spattered surgeons, as corpses, as winged fairies, as leathermen…

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