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Table of Contents

Kissing Babies

The Demons Behind the Down Low

Hello Our Name Is ATAC

Putting Out

The DL 411: Resources

Bedtime for Bonzo

Using My Religion

Triple Threat

Earthwatch

Dumped!

Pos & Neg

Planet Bollywood

Doing the HIV Cannes-Cannes

POZ's Bookmobile

How a Drug Becomes a Pill

Briefs

Herbs & Hard-Ons

O Sole Mio!

Quick Study: Diarrhea

The Ideal Combo?

Write On!

Trouble for Tipranavir

HIV Spoken Here

Mouth Wide Shut

Married... with Virus

Mailbox

Lady in Waiting

Publisher's Letter



Most Popular Lessons

The HIV Life Cycle

Shingles

Herpes Simplex Virus

Syphilis & Neurosyphilis

Treatments for Opportunistic Infections (OIs)

What is AIDS & HIV?

Hepatitis & HIV


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September 2004

POZ's Bookmobile

by Stephanie Fairyington

This fall, school yourself by brushing up on AIDS 101 with a stack of new texts.

The AIDS Crisis Is Ridiculous and Other Writings, 1986–2003
By Gregg Bordowitz
(The MIT Press)
$35, 285 pages

The artist and old-school activist unearths two decades of his essays exploring life as an HIVer—from his youthful AIDS fears to an individual’s role in the worldwide pandemic.


Melancholia and Moralism: Essays on AIDS and Queer Politics
By Douglas Crimp
(The MIT Press)
$11.95, 320 pages

Now in paperback, Crimp’s essays pulse with radical politics. The HIVer warns that ’80s AIDS losses and waning activism have caused many gay men to align with an antigay moral majority.


HIV and Me: Firsthand Information for Coping With HIV and AIDS
By Timothy Critzer
(Firsthand Books)
$16.95, 224 pages

This handbook—which considers everything from family disclosure to holistic therapy—will hold your hand toward self-acceptance and offers financial, health and social pointers, too.


The Secret Epidemic: The Story of AIDS and Black America
By Jacob Levenson
(Pantheon Books)
$25, 320 pages

Levenson dives into the racial chasm by asking black Americans affected by HIV to speak out—including anecdotes spanning San Francisco to the South Bronx, rape victims to drug users.


Breaking the Conspiracy of Silence: Christian Churches and the Global AIDS Crisis
By Donald E. Messer
(Augsburg Fortress Publishers)
$15, 192 pages

United Methodist theologian Donald Messer preaches to Christians on how to stop AIDS, advocating for both condoms and compassion.




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