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It took a few tries. The virus lurked in tropical regions of central Africa, and made several incursions into the American continent before becoming a global pandemic. HIV likely killed a young man in St. Louis in , just one month before the Stonewall riots. By then, the sexual revolution was in full swing and HIV was spreading silently among gay male populations in large American cities.
This paper examines how online outreach workers within AIDS Service Organizations ASOs discursively imagine notions of "gay community" and the tensions between inequities in varying conceptions of "community" that operate in providers' and managers' sexual health online outreach. Through a Foucauldian Discourse Analysis FDA of interview data from a community-based research project examining sexual health outreach among gay, bisexual, and queer GBQ men, we provide an analysis that problematizes notions of a unitary "gay community" while illustrating how certain privileged subjects are deemed ideal for inclusion and representation within both online and ASO communities. Moreover, we interrogate how online medical health regimes constitute the ideal neoliberal gay male subject who self-responsibilizes and individualizes his sexual health while erasing inequities relating to social location and intersecting identities. Our analysis highlights how homonormative politics infiltrates GBQ sexual health programming and the ways in which understandings of the "self" and gay subjectivities are constituted through biopolitical apparatuses and online sexual health surveillance.