YOUR DAUGHTER WORRIES ABOUT AIDS

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Date

1990s

Description

America Responds to AIDS [ARTA]
"Your daughter worries about AIDS." "Tom: AIDS is not even in the picture for my daughter. Why not? Tom: She's got boys and books and ballgames on her mind. Not AIDS. Are you sure? Tom: I'll tell you, my girl isn't worried about AIDS because I haven't scared her by talking about it. What if she's heard rumors that scare her? Tom: She would come and talk to me, I guess. When you talked about sex with your dad, did you ever start the conversation? Tom: No, he did. Does that tell you anything? Tom: I need to talk to my daughter."

Prevention; Education; Family; Children; Fathers;

Source

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, America Responds to AIDS

Citation

“YOUR DAUGHTER WORRIES ABOUT AIDS,” The Global Health Chronicles, accessed April 16, 2024, https://globalhealthchronicles.org/items/show/5871.