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AIDS group's graphic tactics scrutinized—Federal team questions staff

San Francisco Chronicle

A four-person team from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention spent four hours Monday in meetings with employees of the Stop AIDS Project in the Castro. The visit came after conservative members of Congress questioned the propriety and scientific value of some of the group's workshops, which have carried such titles as "Great Sex," "Sex Toys for Leather Boys" and "A Walk on the Wildside."
—Posted: August 13, 2002

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