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Table of Contents

Tales of the City

Ask Amelio

Petunias

The Mere Future

Record Time

Veronica

The American People

Switching Channels

Takin’ It to the Streets

Have A Ball

The Grass Is Greener

S.O.S.

To the Editor

Pass the AZT

Deadly Dad

Stuck in the Riddle

Survey Says...

Let’s Talk About Sex

Name Game

Vive la France!

Gets His Goat

Going Downtown? Dam It

Dr. Dementia

Voices Carry

Obits

And Now For Something Entirely Fiction

Tita Aida

Death Becomes Her

In the Hot Seat

Oh, Viagra!

You Can’t Take It With You

Clean and Sober

Know Your Writes

Pills, Chills and Thrills

TB or not TB

Move It!

Risky When Rushed

It’s All About the Journal

Heart of the Matter

Stink Balms

Angel and Insects

Pier 48

Say What



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 1998

Say What

by Staff

Short Circuit
“People with AIDS have been using steroids therapeutically…to fight ‘wasting syndrome.’ Since then, there has been a lot of abuse of steroids. Young [gay] men are saying, ‘If [HIV] positive men are built up, what about us negative men?’”
-Writer Michelangelo Signorile, The Miami Herald, April 16

Club Meds?
“…Gym buddies, testeosterone injections, sleeveless shirts and insurance benefits…AIDS. It’s not a disease. It’s a Club Med vacation.”
-AID Atlanta’s Mark King, Southern Voice, April 23

Accidental Epidemiologist
“Helen Gurley Brown should take a bow. The legendary former editor of Cosmopolitan magazine was vilified a decade ago when she ran an article informing her female readers they shouldn’t panic about AIDS. Now, it turns out she was right…Cosmo’s premise— that women have little to fear if they avoid junkies and bisexuals— is true.”
-Page Six, The New York Post, April 26

Low Blow
“What’s a little heroin or cocaine among friends?”
-House speaker New Gingrich blasting President Clinton for endorsing needle exchange programs to prevent HIV transmission among drug users, The San Francisco Examiner, April 22

To Add: Eye of Newt
“Putting Newt Gingrich in charge of the science about AIDS is like putting the Spice Girls in charge of Congress.”
--AIDS Action’s Daniel Zingale on the House passage of a bill to permanently ban federal funds for needle exchange programs, press release, April 29




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