Nancy Reagan, Who Was Accused Of Ignoring The AIDS Epidemic, Honored With Postal Stamp During Pride Month

After the White House unveiled a new U.S. Postal Service stamp honoring Nancy Reagan, people took to social media to resurface the controversial history of the former first lady and her husband. Reagan’s critics blasted the pair, saying it’s especially insulting to honor them during Pride Month because of their alleged lack of response to the AIDS epidemic and the death of thousands of LGBTQ+ people.

“Nancy Reagan alongside her husband ignored the AIDS epidemic and didn’t even mutter the word ‘AIDS’ until 25,000 Americans, mostly LGBTQ+ people died due to negligence,” researcher Jason Rosenberg tweeted. “There are no words to describe how misguided and repugnant it is to do this especially during Pride Month.”

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