July #49 : POZarazzi: Spring Sprung - by Gabi Horn

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The Power of One

The Power of One: Senegal

The Power of One: Uganda

The Power of One: Zimbabwe

The Power of One: Zambia

World Weary

South Africa's Moment of Truth

Back to the Roots

Chain Reactions: Medicine Woman

Chain Reactions: Poetic Justice

Chain Reactions: Ray of Hope

Chain Reactions: Reluctant Witness

Guest Editor's Letter

To the Editor

Bath Sides Now

Walk the Talk

Rubber Suit

Memo Demo

Dread Locked

PWAs vs. Y2K

Jail Break

Say What

Gender Agenda

Simon Nkoli


POZarazzi: Spring Sprung

License to Kill

Keep HOPE Alive

POZ Picks

Show & Tell

The Holistic Truth

Get Over It

Sugar on Top

Cheer to Adhere

Gene Pool

Cream Puff

The Protease Prison

Out in Africa

Where to Find It

Grandma’s Recipe

Grace Under Pressure

Most Popular Lessons

The HIV Life Cycle


Herpes Simplex Virus

Syphilis & Neurosyphilis

Treatments for Opportunistic Infections (OIs)

What is AIDS & HIV?

Hepatitis & HIV

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July 1999

POZarazzi: Spring Sprung

by Gabi Horn

And where were you?

1. Condomless in Seattle: Gaggles gathered in April to get the skin-to-skin skinny at “The Rubberless Fuck,” the Gay City Health Project’s barebacking forum in Seattle, including POZ writer Michael Scarce (second from left).

2. Honks for Wonks: In March, Abbott Labs researchers Daniel Norbeck (left) and Dale Kempf were among drug-company lobby PhRMA’s top 10 for their chemical contributions to lowering U.S. AIDS deaths for the third year in a row.
3. Coming Up Rosie: Actor Rosie Perez accepted AIDS Action Council’s National Leadership Award in Washington, DC, in April for doing the right thing.

4. Cooling Their Heels: Twenty-one AIDS activists got cuffed for blocking PhRMA’s DC doors in April, slamming the special interest’s opposition to the HOPE for Africa Act.

5. Check the Label: HIV positive transsexual lesbian thespian Alexandra Billings took gender to task last spring in The Adventures of Herculina at Illinois’ Next Theatre. Next up: She’s top billings in Larry Kramer’s Just Say No.

6. He’s Got a Habit: Pearl necklaces were all the rage at the Sisters for Perpetual Indulgence’s 20th anniversary Easter parade, which closed San Fran’s Castro Street and stuck a swarm of bees up Roman Catholic bonnets.

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