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Table of Contents
 

Sex Crime

The Tales of Hofmann

Fighting for Our Freedom




Satisfy Yourself

Open Wide

Heart Beats

Go With the Flow

Change of Life Doesn’t Change Treatment

Word Up: HIV Sanctuary

Eye of the Storm

Berry Brouhaha




Condom Lockup

Greater Expectations

Recommended Reading

Radio Static

The Tamiflu Blues




Your Feedback-October 2009

Editor's Letter-October 2009

Making It Work



 
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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October 2009


Recommended Reading

Positive books for you

AIDS in America (Palgrave Macmillan, $18) UNAIDS, UNICEF and USAID consultant Susan Hunter’s best seller, now in paperback, confronts the truth about HIV/AIDS in the United States by exposing government failures, big pharma shortcomings and the influence of the Christian Right. She also follows real Americans living with the virus and suggests ways to change the future of the disease. Donald Trump wrote the forward.

Christ Like: Tenth Anniversary Revised Edition (Queer Mojo, $16.95) Spoken word poet and author Emanuel Xavier updates his first novel—including a new ending—10 years later. Mikey, a gay Latino native New Yorker street kid growing up in the 1990s, is the novel’s semi-autobiographical main character. The reality of street life is reflected in the stories of several HIV-positive characters.

No More Tomorrows: Two Lives, Two Stories, One Love (Strebor Books International, $18.99) Rodney Lofton’s novel follows two African-American gay men—HIV-positive Mark Jones and his negative partner, Kevin Williams—as they navigate the realities of love and the virus in a serodiscordant relationship. A testament on how it truly takes two. 

Search: AIDS in America, UNAIDS, UNICEF, USAID, Christ Like, No More Tomorrows


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