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‘Three Little Words’ bonus content for Chapter 5

Attitudes about AIDS and LGBTQ+ issues have evolved in the last 25 years, and Jane Morse and her family reflect on how their lives have changed.
Published Nov. 30, 2021|Updated Nov. 30, 2021

Roy Peter Clark’s notecards delineating scenes for the 1996 series:

Scenes organized with index cards by Roy Peter Clark.
Scenes organized with index cards by Roy Peter Clark. [ AUSTIN FAST | Times ]

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An Associated Press story on the 20-year anniversary of Ellen DeGeneres coming out in prime time during an episode of her show Ellen in 1997.

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Biktarvy’s “Keep Being You” commercial from 2019:

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A 2015 Bloomberg article explores why Gilead wasn’t advertising preventative uses of HIV drugs.

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A 2016 Reuters article describing how patients demanded Gilead advertise HIV drugs as prevention.

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Following are several recent photos of Jane Morse-Swett and her family, including her husband, David Swett:

Granddaughter Shyla, Jane Morse-Swett, David Swett and Grandson Austin.
Granddaughter Shyla, Jane Morse-Swett, David Swett and Grandson Austin. [ Swett family ]

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Erin Morse, Jane Morse-Swett, and Meghan Rice.
Erin Morse, Jane Morse-Swett, and Meghan Rice. [ Swett family ]

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Erin Morse & wife Tracy.
Erin Morse & wife Tracy. [ Swett family ]

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David Morse
David Morse [ Swett family ]

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Grandchildren Katherine, Austin, Leah, and Shyla.
Grandchildren Katherine, Austin, Leah, and Shyla. [ Swett family ]
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