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‘It’s A Sin’s legacy is more important than ever’

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For LGBT+ History Month, Just Like Us ambassador Michael Sheridan is reflecting on the impact of Russell T Davies’ powerful HIV/AIDS drama It’s A Sin.

WORDS BY MICHAEL SHERIDAN HEADER BY ANISA CLEAVER It’s an unusual feeling, that sense of connectedness to something that happened long ago, before you were even alive to see it.

Every year at Manchester Pride, once the vivid flashes of disco lights and vibrant music begin to fade, I attend the Candelit Vigil.

It’s a time to remember those in our community that have passed on, many of whom lost their lives to AIDS. Although it was a crisis I didn’t live through, as I look around, it’s clear its impact lives on.

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