Vincent, ou comment mourir quatre fois en une semaine
Vincent, or, How to die four times a week.
Vincent, ou comment mourir quatre fois en une semaine.Lundi : Vincent apprend qu’il est séropositif. Il est effondré. Heureusement pour lui, son entourage sera toujours là pour le soutenir. Ça le rassure. Lundi soir : Sa petite amie n’est pas rentrée ce soir. Ça doit être dur à vivre pour elle.Mardi midi : Ses parents auraient préféré ne jamais avoir eu de fils. Ça a le mérite d’être clair.Mercredi : Son patron trouve qu’il devrait quitter l’entreprise parce que « ça ne donne pas une très bonne image de ses employés ». Mais il lui souhaite tout de même « bon courage ». Le pire : La semaine ne fait que commencer.
Vincent, or, how to die four times in one week. Monday: Vincent learns he is HIV positive. He collapsed. Fortunately for him, his entourage will always be there to support him. There is reassurance. Monday night: His girlfriend didn’t come home tonight. It must be a hard living for her. Tuesday noon: His parents would have preferred to never have had a son. This deserves to be clear. Wednesday: His boss thinks that he should leave the company because “it doesn’t give a very good image of its employees”. But, all the same, he wishes him “good luck”. The worst: The week hasn’t even started. [Translated by Karen Ruiz]
Drawing of a broken man sitting on a chair with his face in his hands, with what looks like flames coming out of his body.
AIDS Education Collection
SIDA grande cause nationale 2005
AIDS (Disease)--Social aspectsHIV-positive personsPrejudicesSocial acceptance
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