ACT UP LONDON protest over de-gaying of Mercury in new film

Besi Besemar October 23, 2018

ACT UP LONDON occupy purple carpet at Bohemian Rhapsody Premier over ongoing silencing of HIV/AIDS. At todays premier (Oct 23) of the new biopic of Freddie Mercury’s life Bohemian Rhapsody premiere at Wembley SSE Arena, ACT UP LONDON and the NHS ANTI-SWINDLE TEAM occupied the purple carpet chanting a revised version of Don’t Stop Me Now called Don’t Cut Me Now  and chanting HIV Stigma is real life – not just fantasy.

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