elisa_rolle (elisa_rolle) wrote,

Victor Leo Heineman (1954 - February 27, 1994)

Victor Leo Heineman was a dancer, appearing in television, movies, and nightclubs. Credits include the films Annie and Grease.

Actually due to the scarce info I found about Victor Leo Heineman, aside from being yet another victim of AIDS, I wasn't posting about him today, if not that I found this short, but very moving comment, on a Blog "Something we don't know about you..."
In 1994 I was married,in a traditional Hindu ceremony, to Victor Leo Heineman. Arlo Guthrie sang at our wedding. I am a widower.
It was left on February 10, 2006. by a man who used the nickname of "Bambi of Finland". 1994 is the year Victor died, this is not the first time I read about these marriages without legal validity, but with a huge love significance. My condolences go to Bambi.

Further Readings:

Beyond Shame: Reclaiming the Abandoned History of Radical Gay Sexuality by Patrick Moore
Paperback: 264 pages
Publisher: Beacon Press (January 14, 2004)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 080707957X
ISBN-13: 978-0807079577
Amazon: Beyond Shame: Reclaiming the Abandoned History of Radical Gay Sexuality

The radical sexuality of gay American men in the 1970s is often seen as a shameful period of excess that led to the AIDS crisis. Beyond Shame claims that when the gay community divorced itself from this allegedly tainted legacy, the tragic result was an intergenerational disconnect because the original participants were unable to pass on a sense of pride and identity to younger generations. Indeed, one reason for the current rise in HIV, Moore argues, is precisely due to this destructive occurrence, which increased the willingness of younger gay men to engage in unsafe sex.

Lifting the'veil of AIDS,' Moore recasts the gay male sexual culture of the 1970s as both groundbreaking and creative-provocatively comparing extreme sex to art. He presents a powerful yet nuanced snapshot of a maligned, forgotten era. Moore rescues gay America's past, present, and future from a disturbing spiral of destruction and AIDS-related shame, illustrating why it's critical for the gay community to reclaim the decade.

More LGBT History at my website: www.elisarolle.com/, My Ramblings/Gay Classics

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