I'm so glad you arrived in time to film me
at the most humiliating low point imaginable of my entire existence.
I've spent 50 years drowning in pleasure,
more pleasure than most people ever experienced in a day,
and now that I'm like a monk trapped in a monastery,
here comes the film crew.
There is no way you can hear this.
No one knew my past.
I popped up out of nowhere,
and I was forever marked as like, you know,
a self-hating enemy to gay people.
- Great. - That's gonna come off.
- 好 - 这样会掉的
All right. Don't!
I don't care. Butch. It's butch to be sloppy.
Don't film me smoking, 'cause I told my family I quit.
- Okay. - Fuck 'em.
- 好 - 骗人就该骗到底
I really don't feel comfortable telling you this.
I would make them get down on their knees and suck my di...
- I mean, I'm 51 years old, Daryl. - I know, I know.
- 我51岁了 Daryl - 我明白 我懂的
- It's just, you know... - I know...
- 我只是... - 我知道...
I can't think of anything more unsexual
than listening to some old fart
talk about how he got his dick sucked in 1979.
No, it's really interesting.
I really get under people's skin because I've broken every rule,
I've done everything my own way,
I've done everything you can do to kill yourself,
and I'm still standing.
Safe sex came about because of three people.
Dr. Joseph Sonnabend, who had the scientific background.
一个是Joseph Sonnabend博士 科学家
Michael Callen, who was a beloved activist, who really...
一个是Michael Callen 深受爱戴的活动家 他...
gay men connected to when he spoke
because he was so brutally honest.
And me, because I had the health and the anger
to stay on top of the two of them.
Joe, who was busy with patients.
Michael who was, you know, not in the best of health.
I had the energy and time
to make sure the words got on the page,
the writing got done, and the book got out.
It was Joe and Michael and Richard who walked in and said it.
They said directly to men that this was happening
and how to keep it from happening.
I think Richard and Michael knew what they were talking about.
They were speaking from the epicenter of the epidemic
and speaking truths that people didn't want to hear
and didn't want to listen to.
The idea that gay men would wear condoms was ludicrous in 1982.
1982年时 男同性恋戴安全套一事 还被人当做笑话来看
They were using a...
a vernacular, a vocabulary
that was very politically incorrect in terms of the moment.
No matter what, the idea of reducing exposure to fluids,
reducing exposure to fluids that may contain infectious agents,
both are really, you know, the cornerstones of safer sex.
I think people should know who Richard Berkowitz is,
and I should hope that Richard
will come out and say what it's done to his life.
What all of these people just, you know,
not wanting to accept what he had to say.
The frustration and how he dealt with it.
← 克里斯托弗街 → 同性恋街
The first week that I had moved into my apartment,
you know, I suddenly felt like the kid in the proverbial candy store,
because I was 23 years old,
I had my own place in Manhattan,
and the city was exploding with sexual playgrounds.
I mean there were places to go and have sex
morning, noon, and night.
无论早 中 晚
A lot of gay men who lived the lifestyle I did...
it was who they were, it was our identity.
It was what we lived for.
Gay liberation began about men loving men,
but it became about So Many Men, So Little Time.
And what that meant was, so much dick, so little time.
It got taken over by this explosion of commercial sex establishments
where the only thing that brought gay men together was sex.
在这些场所 能让男同性恋聚集到一起的 只有性
One night, I was at the Rawhide Bar.
This was the beginning of the end.
And I met this really hot guy.
And we got it started.
We took one look at each other and we knew we were gonna walk out
and go home and have sex.
And just as we turned to leave the bar,
he said, "What is that bump under your ear?"
I had completely blocked it out of my mind.
And I could feel like the earth quaking all around me,
and I didn't know what to say .
And he said, "Listen, I think I'm gonna call it a night."
And I remember, like, leaning back on the Pac-Man machine
feeling like a fucking leper, like an abandoned leper,
and thinking, "Something's changing. Something bad is happening."
脑中想着 "大事不好 要坏事了"
Doctors at the Center for Disease Control
sift through volumes of research data
as they close in the causes
of the mysterious and deadly epidemic known as AIDS.
A popular television evangelist preaches that the new epidemic
is a natural, inevitable result of sin.
Incurable and, so far, 100 percent fatal
无药可救 而且迄今为止 百分百致命
because of promiscuous homosexuality.
20,000 gay men marched through the streets
to demand an increase in government spending
to fight the epidemic.
So far, over 800 people have died from the disease
and 70 percent of the victims have been homosexual or bisexual men.
At the very least, there should be a quarantine
of all homosexuals, drug abusers, and prostitutes
把所有染上艾滋病的同性恋 吸毒者 以及娼妓
with the frank disease AIDS.
- Right now. - A quarantine?
- 马上隔离 - 隔离区?
They should be confined to quarters or hospital if that is necessary.
如有必要 应将他们隔离进营房♥ 或是医院
AIDS was more complicated than just a new germ.
There may be a new germ. There may not be a new germ.
But there's a lot of things going on in an urban-gay-male lifestyle
that are bad for the immune system.
Let's look at what we know
and keep an open mind for what we have yet to discover.
But it was an indictment of urban promiscuity.
There is a new case and a half each day
in New York City alone.
Do you know what it's like to have 18 of your own friends
in a year and a half die?
Men who are at the height of their creative usefulness to society?
All men under 50 years old?
In one year, I am asked to live with the kind of problems...
or problems is the wrong word...
experiences that my mother, at 84 years old,
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