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December 1994 / January 1995

Lisa Tiger Shows Her Claws
by Brendan Lemon
Since discovering that she is HIV positive, Lisa Tiger, proud daughter of Native American artists and product of an all-American childhood, has traveled extensively for the cause of AIDS-education and awareness. Lisa Tiger reveals here, however, that her winding road toward truth was paved with much violence, deceit and denial. 

S.O.S.
by Sean O. Strub
Hollow words from a cowardly President

Judith Light, Hollywood Activist
by Richard Perez-Feria

Spokes Model
by Chris Flacke
Triathlete Jim Howley in the race of his life

Medical Marijuana
by Bob Roehr
Reefer madness?

Where We Are, Where We're Going
by Mario Cooper
One man's opinion on the troubled state of AIDS

WORLD's Champion
by David Thomas
Rebecca Denison sees a need and fills it

It Can't Happen Here
by Joseph Downton
The horror of facing AIDS in a land of denial

Tom Villard's Fall Season
by Casey Davidson
How a Hollywood actor confronts AIDS

Hollywood & AIDS
by David Ansen
In real life, we witness heroism and horror we have never encountered in the movies. Why isn't that drama up on the screen?

Going South
by Richard Perez-Feria
"If my daddy wants to shoot me, he'll have to come here."

Dancing On Your Grave: Donna Minkowitz Gets Close To Fred Phelps, AIDS Funeral Picketer
by Donna Minkowitz
It's the March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights in April 1993 and my friend Ed and I are marching joyfully down Pennsylvania Avenue.

It Pays To Advertise
by Casey Davidson
Advertising serostatus lifts Lee Mathis' acting career

Liquid Lunch
World record holder James Ballard makes a splash

AIDS In America
by Casey Davidson
Pop culture timeline of AIDS-themed entertainment

Family Portrait
by Johnetta A. Alston
Photographer Lyle Ashton Harris confronts convention

The Living End
by Fred Bimbler
New Yorkers fight for assisted suicide

AIDS Zen: A Visit to the Hospital
by Mark O'Donnell

Hollywood's AIDS Moguls
These powerful men -- who determine so much of what happens in Hollywood -- have made a genuine commitment to AIDS

Sex: Love Among the Ruins
by David Feinberg
When hospitals become the next sexual playpen

Life: Hospitals Are Our Jails
by Kiki Mason
The time for madness is now

Media: I Want My HIV
by Mark Schoofs
MTV scores again while Sports Illustrated goes down swinging

The Arts: A View with a Room
by Stephen Greco
How one living room changed a neighborhood

My View: Shifting Gears
by Niles A. Merton
How '80s-style AIDS activism fails us in the '90s

POZ Insider
by Gregg Gonsalves
Beware the reckless headline writer

Call To Arms: Why Activism Matters
by Bob Lederer
Some insurance companies are covering alternative health care

Checking In: Caro Diario
by Patti Wetzel, MD
How one doctor tackles her own HIV 

How Do You Really Feel?
by Bruce Bibby
Elizabeth Taylor's bravura; President Clinton's shame


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