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Table of Contents

Organizing Inside

Concealed Weapon

Long Day's Journey

Lethal Lottery

Natural Bootleg


One for the Books

Flying Ace

Tucker: The Man and His Dream

Hatch a Plan

Signs of Life

The Trouble With Norvir

Engine No. 48,000


To the Editor

None the Wiser

Tomato, Tomahto

Enter at Your Own Risk

Say What

Swim Lessons

Stigma Enigma

Daddy’s Helper

Nushawn on the Block

Privacy Parsed

Equal Protection for All

“Just Say No” to Welfare

Ms. Thurman Goes to Washington

POZ Picks

Show and Tell

The Eye in the Storm

Get Our Phil

POZarazzi: AIDS! The Musical

Verse: Amirah


One for the Books

Flying Ace

Tucker: The Man and His Dream

Hatch a Plan

Poetic License

Poetic License

The Vision Thing

Stop the World, I want to Get Off

Surviving Behind the Walls

Prick and Tell

The Bitter End

Draining the Reservoirs

Testosterone Beats Fatigue

Carnitine Boosts CD4s

Multivitamins for Moms

Bleach Works

HIV Med Line

Weight List

Do the Hustle

A Mantra a Day

Attack of the Monster Combo

Helper Cells

He Still Is What He Is

Dark Secrets

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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November 1998

Say What

Once More With Feeling
POZ epitomizes all that is sordid, insipid, obscene, meretricious and disingenuous about nouveau riche ‘HIV’ consumer culture. The hysterical hyena laughter that shrieks from POZ’s puke pulp pages masks the screaming skulls that have died from ‘antiretroviral’ drug poisoning.”
—Alex Russell, Britain’s Continuum, Spring 1998

Revenge of the Nerds
“Monogamy is part of a pleasure-hating package being sold by aging gay leaders, now in their 50s and 60s, who through some ghastly process of natural selection managed to survive the plague precisely because they were so dysfunctional that they could never get laid…. The virus selected against men who were affectionate, progressive and fun-loving, and left us with these boring old prudes.”
—Author Edmund White, The Advocate, June 23

Name Dropper
“How low can a fag go to be ultimately nasty? How about submitting the name of someone who is alive and perfectly healthy to the AIDS Memorial Wall in Cawthra Park? It seems that’s what some bitter queen did this year to get back at someone.”
—Daniel Paquette, “Cocktail Confessions,” Canada’s Xtra!, July 2

Bad Sax
“As a taxpayer, if I am going to pay for needles, I’d like to see the [drug-users] doing something for the society. Come and clean the streets, wash the cars, you know, do something. Not that I’d want Robert Downey Jr. in my garage or anything like that.”
—Singer Kenny G, ABC’s Politically Incorrect, July 13

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