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anything Reports reaching DAILY POST has it that electoral materials and INEC personnel deployed to certain Local government areas in the state have been hijacked by unknown hoodlums Meanwhile" October 2010: Drake’s feelings might have been hurt by Ri’s lack of demonstrative affection despite not giving us definitive proof of any kind of relationship He said Nigerians Suleiman told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Sokoto that proactive security measures would greatly assist in resolving the current security challenges in the country on Nov Charles Rex Arbogast—AP Lesley McSpaddenDavid Kirby on his deathbed Ohio 1990Therese Frare David Kirby on his deathbed Ohio 1990Therese Frare1 of 20LIFEThe Photo That Changed the Face of AIDSBen CosgroveNov 25 2014In November 1990 LIFE magazine published a photograph of a young man named David Kirby — his body wasted by AIDS his gaze locked on something beyond this world — surrounded by anguished family members as he took his last breaths The haunting image of Kirby on his death bed taken by a journalism student named Therese Frare quickly became the one photograph most powerfully identified with the HIV/AIDS epidemic that by then had seen millions of people infected (many of them unknowingly) around the globeHere a quarter-century later LIFEcom shares the deeply moving story behind that picture along with Frare’s own memories of those harrowing transformative yearsRelatedphotographyThe Best of LIFE: 37 Years in PicturesphotographyThe Best of LIFE: 37 Years in Pictures"I started grad school at Ohio University in Athens in January 1990" Frare told LIFEcom "Right away I began volunteering at the Pater Noster House an AIDS hospice in Columbus In March I started taking photos there and got to know the staff — and one volunteer in particular named Peta — who were caring for David and the other patients"David Kirby was born and raised in a small town in Ohio A gay activist in the 1980s he learned in the late Eighties — while he was living in California and estranged from his family — that he had contracted HIV He got in touch with his parents and asked if he could come home; he wanted he said to die with his family around him The Kirbys welcomed their son back[See all of TIMEcom’s coverage of HIV/AIDS]Peta for his part was an extraordinary (and sometimes extraordinarily difficult) character Born Patrick Church Peta was "half-Native American and half-White" Frare says "a caregiver and a client at Pater Noster a person who rode the line between genders and one of the most amazing people I’ve ever met""On the day David died I was visiting Peta" Frare who today lives and works in Seattle told LIFE "Some of the staff came in to get Peta so he could be with David and he took me with him I stayed outside David’s room minding my own business when David’s mom came out and told me that the family wanted me to photograph people saying their final goodbyes I went in and stood quietly in the corner barely moving watching and photographing the scene Afterwards I knew I absolutely knew that something truly incredible had unfolded in that room right in front of me""Early on" Frare says of her time at Pater Noster House "I asked David if he minded me taking pictures and he said ‘That’s fine as long as it’s not for personal profit’ To this day I don’t take any money for the picture But David was an activist and he wanted to get the word out there about how devastating AIDS was to families and communities Honestly I think he was a lot more in tune with how important these photos might become"Frare pauses and laughs "At the time I was like Besides who’s going to see these pictures anyway"Over the past 20 years by some estimates as many as one billion people have seen the now-iconic Frare photograph that appeared in LIFE as it was reproduced in hundreds of newspaper magazine and TV stories — all over the world — focusing on the photo itself and (increasingly) on the controversies that surrounded itFrare’s photograph of David’s family comforting him in the hour of his death earned accolades including a World Press Photo Award when published in LIFE but it became positively notorious two years later when Benetton used a colorized version of the photo in a provocative ad campaign Individuals and groups ranging from Roman Catholics (who felt the picture mocked classical imagery of Mary cradling Christ after his crucifixion) to AIDS activists (furious at what they saw as corporate exploitation of death in order to sell T-shirts) voiced outrage England’s high-profile AIDS charity the Terrence Higgins Trust called for a ban of the ad labeling it offensive and unethical while powerhouse fashion magazines like Elle Vogue and Marie Claire refused to run it Calling for a boycott of Benetton London’s Sunday Times argued that "the only way to stop this madness is to vote with our cash""We never had any reservations about allowing Benetton to use Therese’s photograph in that ad" David Kirby’s mother Kay told LIFEcom "What I objected to was everybody who put their two cents in about how outrageous they thought it was when nobody knew anything about us or about David My son more or less starved to death at the end" she said bluntly describing one of the grisly side effects of the disease "We just felt it was time that people saw the truth about AIDS and if Benetton could help in that effort fine That ad was the last chance for people to see David — a marker to show that he was once here among us"RelatedAidsThe End of AIDSAidsThe End of AIDSDavid Kirby passed away in April 1990 at the age of 32 not long after Frare began shooting at the hospice But in an odd and ultimately revelatory twist it turned out that she spent much more time with Peta who himself was HIV-positive while caring for David than she did with David himself She gained renown for her devastating compassionate picture of one young man dying of AIDS but the photographs she made after David Kirby’s death revealed an even more complex and compelling taleFrare photographed Peta over the course of two years until he too died of AIDS in the fall of 1992"Peta was an incredible person" Frare says Twenty years on the affection in her voice is palpable "He was dealing with all sorts of dualities in his life — he was half-Native American and half-White a caregiver and a client at Pater Noster a person who rode the line between genders all of that — but he was also very very strong"As Peta’s health deteriorated in early 1992 — as his HIV-positive status transitioned to AIDS — the Kirbys began to care for him in much the same way that Peta had cared for their son in the final months of his life Peta had comforted David; spoken to him; held him; tried to relieve his pain and loneliness through simple human contact — and the Kirbys resolved to do the same for Peta to be there for him as his strength and his vitality fadedKay Kirby told LIFEcom that she "made up my mind when David was dying and Peta was helping to care for him that when Peta’s time came — and we all knew it would come — that we would care for him There was never any question We were going to take care of Peta That was that"For a while there" Kay remembers "I took care of Peta as often as I could It was hard because we couldn’t afford to be there all the time But Bill would come in on weekends and we did the best we could in the short time we had"Kay describes Peta as his condition worsened in late 1991 and 1992 as a "very difficult patient He was very clear and vocal about what he wanted and when he wanted it But during all the time we cared for him I can only recall once when he yelled at me I yelled right back at him — he knew I was not going to let him get away with that sort of behavior — and we went on from there"Bill and Kay Kirby were in effect the house parents for the home where Peta spent his last months"My husband and I were hurt by the way David was treated in the small country hospital near our home where he spent time after coming back to Ohio" Kay Kirby said "Even the person who handed out menus refused to let David hold one [for fear of infection] She would read out the meals to him from the doorway We told ourselves that we would help other people with AIDS avoid all that and we tried to make sure that Peta never went through it""I had worked for newspapers for about 12 years already when I went to grad school" Therese Frare says "and was very interested in covering AIDS by the time I got to Columbus Of course it was difficult to find a community of people with HIV and AIDS willing to be photographed back then but when I was given the okay to take pictures at Pater Noster I knew I was doing something that was important — important to me at least I never believed that it would lead to being published in LIFE or winning awards or being involved in anything controversial — certainly nothing as epic as the Benetton controversy In the end the picture of David became the one image that was seen around the world but there was so much more that I had tried to document with Peta and the Kirbys and the other people at Pater Noster And all of that sort of got lost and forgotten"Lost and forgotten — or at the very least utterly overshadowed — until LIFEcom contacted Frare and asked her where the photo of David Kirby came from"You know at the time the Benetton ad was running and the controversy over their use of my picture of David was really raging I was falling apart" Frare says "I was falling to pieces But Bill Kirby told me something I never forgot He said ‘Listen Therese Benetton didn’t use us or exploit us We used them Because of them your photo was seen all over the world and that’s exactly what David wanted’ And I just held on to that"After the Benetton controversy finally subsided Therese Frare went on to other work other photography freelancing from Seattle for the New York Times major magazines and other outlets While the world has become more familiar with HIV and AIDS in the intervening years Frare’s photograph went a long way toward dispelling some of the fear and at times willful ignorance that had accompanied any mention of the disease Barb Cordle volunteer director at Pater Noster when David Kirby was there once said that Frare’s famous photo "has done more to soften people’s hearts on AIDS than any other I have ever seen You can’t look at that picture and hate a person with AIDS You just can’t"[See more of Therese Frare’s work at FrareDaviscom]Kolkata: A day after quitting the Trinamool Congress and his Rajya Sabha seat Mukul Roy on Thursday said he had no plans to float a new political party Roy who is slated to visit the Election Commission said he was not going there to talk about a proposal for a new party but to discuss upcoming Assembly bypolls "Bypolls to two Assembly seats in West Bengal will be held in November and I will request the EC to ensure that the elections are held in a free and fair manner I will give my suggestions in 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