Machos, Maricones, and Gays: Cuba and Homosexuality

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INDEX
Abakuás, 48, 205-6, 221n46
Abrantes, José, 90-91, 228n23
Activo, 30, 32, 150
Adam, Barry, xxii
Adorables mentiras (film), 125
Advocate, The (gay magazine), xxii, xxiii, 240n28
Afro-Cubans, 40-42, 147; and Cuban values, 42, 47-51, 205-7; culture o6, 29, 41, 42; homosexuality among, 49, 50, 51; improved condition of, 185; no race- conscious movement among, 41-42; racist attitudes toward, 7, 41, 42, 51; religions of, 43-44, 48, 201, 205-7. See also Blacks; Mulatos
Age of consent: in Cuba, 85; in East Germany, 103
AIDS: awareness education, 175; and blood-donor screening, 168-69; and contact tracing, 171; and control of contaminated blood, 160-61; and Cuba's prevention program, xxii-xxiii, 101, 161-77, 184; education to combat, 166, 238n15; effect of epidemic on recognition of homosexuals, 26; and homophobia, 80, 100, 163-64; and identification of high-risk groups, 168-69; low incidence of, in Cuba, 160-62, 237n3; mass testing programs for, 168-69, 170, 171, 239n26; medical treatment for, 162; program, support for, by Cuban gays, 176; and quarantine program for HIV-positives, 162-64, 167-68, 169, 170, 171-75, 176, 177, 240nn29-31; and safe-sex education, 165-67, 170, 171, 175; statistics, 160, 237n1n3; and tourism, 169, 171, 176, 237n2; and travel abroad as source of infection, 161, 237n2
AIDS Center (Buró del SIDA), 175-76
AIDS Prevention Group (GP- SIDA), 174, 175
Alicia en el pueblo de las maravillas (film), 235n33
Aimendros, Néstor, xiii, xxii, 162
Amnesty International, 193
Anal intercourse, 166, 237n1, 238n15
"Antisocial conduct," 83, 223n3
Arenas, Reinaldo, 30, 32-33, 72-73, 88, 125, 151-52, 158-59, 202, 218n11
Are You Beginning to Think about Love? ( Brückner), 105-6
Arguelles, Lourdes, 86
Arrufat, Antón, 59
Artists. See Writers and artists
Bach, Kurt, 104-5, 231n15
Barnet, Miguel, 50
Batista, Fulgencio, 54, 57
Bella de Alhambra, La (film), 124
Benedetti, Mario, 231n26
Bengelsdorf, Carollee, 180-81, 199
Benjamin, Medea, 176, 183
Birth rates, in Cuba, 21, 22, 120; among teenagers, 217n10
Blacks, in Cuba, xxv, 146-48; discrimination against, 185; homophobia among, 207; lack of

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