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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 ]