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Table of Contents

Bug Bugaboo

The Universe, Concealed

The Curious Closets of Barton Benes

Trailblazer

Net Serve

Catching Up With...

S.O.S

To the Editor

Court to Mom: “Don’t Milk It”

HIV Tat Spat

Livin' la Vida Loca

Heaven’s Gates

Say What

No Sharp Shooter

Squibb’s Dibs

Tooth Fairy

Meds Downed in Lockup

Coming Attraction

POZ Picks

Enigma of the People

Thymus of the Essence

The AIDS-Friendly HMO

Someone's in the kitchen with...

Thorne on Our Side

Obits

The Bully

A Spy in the House of Love

Is the Crisis Over?

Get Over It

More on the Nuke-Lipo Link

Viagra, Poppers and...

60 Years!?!

Toot the Hormone

Penny Pincher

Smear Campaign

Loading Zone

See Emily Play

Shagalicious Shaw



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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August 1999

Say What

Rubber Lucky

“The industry is a jungle. Some [condom] makers have excellent labs, and others stagger along with broken-down machinery. Latex goes in one end, something else comes out the other—the buyer doesn’t know the difference.”—A British condom-quality consultant, South Africa’s Sunday Times, May 16, 1999

Harm’s Way

“The deputy director-general of health, Dr. Harm Pretorius, said, ‘There is no policy’ to inform the public. ‘We simply remove the defective condoms from the system.’” —South Africa’s strategy for recalling 40 million Kenzo brand condoms after tests showed that 1 in 4 were faulty. Only 4.7 million were actually netted. Sunday Times, May 16, 1999

Mommie Queerest

“My son Michael found out the truth—that he could walk away from homosexuality. But he found out too late. He has AIDS.”—Mother of “ex-gay” Michael Johnston in Mom, the first ad in the Truth in Love TV campaign launched by a coalition
of 18 conservative groups on Mother’s Day, May 9, 1999

Responsible for What?

“Positive Steps program director Donald Price is a dedicated role model committed to re-establishing HIV positive individuals into society as responsible, productive citizens.”—Unimed Pharmaceuticals’ press release announcing the winners of its Striving to Thrive Award, April 19, 1999




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