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Mother's Little Helpers
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A Yale Tale
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Say What
"We've actually talked to younger gay men who say, 'So I get infected at age 25, develop AIDS by age 35, take drugs for another five years, so I'm dead at 40 or 45, so what? Who wants to be an old man in San Francisco?'"

More Life: Even Tough Guys Get HIV
by Mike DeStefano
A boy from the Bronx walks out of the neighborhood

Tribute: My Brother, My Self
by Paula Vogel
Carl Vogel endures in his sister's acclaimed work and in his father's ASO

HIV Naysayers Find Their Achilles' HEAL
by Bruce Mirken
An "AIDS dissident" movement draws on PWA disgust with medical hype--but sacrifices truth and safety in the process

If I Grow Up
by Kevin O'Leary
If I Grow Up is a surprising collection of lectures and stories Scott Fried has amassed in his five-year quest to teach teenagers about AIDS and self-respect.

The Normal Heart
by Dick Scanlan
The Normal Heart is the Titanic of AIDS plays -- Titanic the movie, not the ship. In fact, in a recent Off-Broadway revival at the Alchemy Theater Company, Larry Kramer's thinly veiled autobiographical drama proved that it still floats, despite the enormous medical, political and cultural shifts in the 13 years since its original production.

Gay Widowers: Life After the Death of a Partner
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Gay Widowers is a vault of memory; it holds essays that will make you sad, mad, even laugh.

Won From the Heart
by Kevin O'Leary
There is something delightfully fishy about this benefit cookbook. J. Michael Bell has gathered recipes from the most diverse group of people you could imagine -- some you'd never expect to see pinning a red ribbon to their "Kiss the Cook" apron.

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