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‘Fellow Travelers’ creator Ron Nyswaner on gay life in the ’60s & ’70s, why AIDS stories still matter & more

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***Caution: Minor spoilers ahead for Fellow Travelers up through episode six, “Beyond Measure.”***Fellow Travelers has left the 1950s behind—but the story of Hawkins “Hawk” Fuller and Tim Laughlin is far from over.In its latest episode, “Beyond Measure,” the celebrated Showtime drama picks up in 1968, where Tim (Jonathan Bailey), dressed in his priestly best, gets busted by the cops as he burns draft cards in protest of the Vietnam War.

Hawk (Matt Bomer), meanwhile, is living in a big suburban home with his wife, Lucy (Allison Williams), and their two kids, Kim and Jackson, when he learns of his old flame’s troubles.If you’re familiar with the namesake ’07 novel the series is based on, you’ll know this is all new territory.Outside of a brief preface in the ’80s, author Thomas Mallon’s tale of a fiery—and secretive—gay love affair unfolds entirely in the ’50s where two D.C.

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