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Publisher's Letter
by Brad Peebles


Sex Ed’s Rubber Rubout
by Stacie Stukin
Abstinence-pushing federal funds are stretching thin proven HIV and pregnancy prevention in schools. How long before sensible parents and truth-seeking students snap?

PREPing For Sex
by Nina Flanagan

On Me, Not Inn Me
by Benjamin Ryan

Out Of Data
by Mubarak Dahir

by Jennifer Block

I Go Shout Plenty
by Miles Marshall Lewis
For the late musician and pan-African activist Fela Kuti, the Afrobeat goes on

Class Pictures
by Philip Huang

by Millie Moderna

Time Out
by Rachel Maddow
Feds to prisoners: Get out of jail, get counseling and care

Bill Me Later
by Suzy Martin

Pos & Neg

Natal Attraction
by Laura Whitehorn

by Suzy Martin

Wall Of Controversy
by Elena de la Cruz

Shades Of Gray
by Dredge Byung'chu Kang
Did whites say an AIDS vaccine failed because it did not work for them?

Give Me Fever
by Jennifer Block

Bad Meds
by Mubarak Dahir

Hot And Bothered
by Josh Sparber

Pass The Scalpel—And The Bucks
by Tim Murphy
Countless HIVers suffer from lipo’s puppet cheeks and buffalo humps, but health  plans won’t shell out to fix ’em. Tim Murphy helps you snag your fair share

Northern Exposure
by Tom Beer

Cell Low, Cell High
by David Gelman, MD

Pillow Talk

Neg (-) But (+) For Lipo
by Greg Lugliani

A New Gay Plague?
by Mubarak Dahir

Hard Workin’ Beans
by David Gelman, MD

Viread, Once A Wonder Drug
by David Gelman, MD

It's His Party
by Rob Phelps
Rob Phelps flacks for the drug that saved his life—and cries ’cause he wants to

Out Of Sight
by Joe Westmoreland
There’s a lot more to survival than meets the eye. Just ask Joe Westmoreland

The Truth About Cats And Dogs (& A Horse And A Bird)
by Kayreth Williams and Liz Galst
 HIVers pay tribute to our better halves—the canine and feline (and equine and avian) pals that save our lives every day.

Getting’ Hot In Here
by Liz Highleyman
Does the shutdown of a major study mean menopausal HIVers should shun hormone replacement therapy? Liz Highleyman shows why you shouldn’t make any flash decisions

The Big Bang Theory
by Lawrence Goodman
It sounds more like science fiction than science: A growing number of people are exposed to HIV—maybe even infected—but still test negative. Some researchers call this natural immunity and hope it will unlock the secret to a cure or vaccine. Others call it a time bomb and fear a global explosion that will make today’s pandemic look puny. Lawrence Goodman reports on the strange case of ESNs

Walk This Way
by Josh Sparber
One small step for baby,  one giant step for grandpa

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