June #24 : Say What-June 1997

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Table of Contents

Nowhere Else to Go

Great Escapes

Gotta Light?

The Great Sex Debate

Made in Japan

Clipped Wings

The Vinyl Solution

Into the Woods

Hazel's House

Open Windows

S.O.S.-June 1997

Mailbox-June 1997

Ad Lip

A Higher Standard

Just Not Like a Prayer

Who's Sore-y Now?

Say What-June 1997

Devil to Pay

Web of Cries

On Pins and Needles

Fatal Attraction

Cocktails for Kids

To B or Not to B

Pot Doc Stalked


Alexander the Great(ish)

POZ Picks-June 1997

Skin Traders

Absolutely Fabregas

Barbarians at the Gates

Borders on Madness

A Second Look

Painful Truths

Before the Revolution

Riding Bareback

The Fleecing of Oprah

Barrier Blues

Mixed and Matched

To Tell the Truth

The Borders of Health

Road Trip Grub Tips

Following Your HAART

TLC for Your Largest Organ

Art and Soul


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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June 1997

Say What-June 1997

It Takes an Advance Team

“In January, Hillary Clinton gained much publicity by reading to children on a pediatrics ward. Now The American Spectator reports that sick youngsters were barred from the event—the children in the photo were the offspring of hospital staff. Mrs. Clinton’s advance team ‘became squeamish about their boss appearing with kids who weren’t looking 100 percent in the pink; in fact, hospital officials were told not to allow any children into the photo-op who were drowsy, bald, bearing tubes in their bodies, or sick looking.’”
--USA Today, March 2

A Stiff One

“The word cocktail used to describe combination drug treatment including protease inhibitors is the wrong word. A cocktail is a liquid, pills are not. Jollity is associated with a  cocktail. Swallowing a handful of toxic drugs is not jolly. Cocktail reinforces the false notion that the AIDS crisis is over.”
--Richard Krulikowski, LGNY
March 17

Lightning Strikes Twice

“The presumption should be that everyone is eligible [for protease drugs], to lessen the likelihood of discrimination against entire classes of people. After all, the history of medical judgments on who may or may not receive scarce or expensive treatment is a very sorry history.”
--Dr. Ruth Macklin, The New York Times, March 2

Philosopher Beastly

“Distributing condoms send a message to our citizens that the government condones behavior that many view as unhealthy, inappropriate and illegal…I am requesting that [the health department] suspend the distribution of free condoms and lubricants in South Carolina clinics so the agency can examine these programs, keeping in mind the conservative, pro-family philosophy under which I govern.”
--David Beasly, Republican
Governor of South Carolina,
Southern Voice, March 17

Number’s Up

“I’m alive! This seems to happen to every AIDS activist at least once. I guess it was my turn.”
--TAG’s Peter Stanley, after March 13’s
San Francisco Examiner called him
the “late Peter Stanley”

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