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To Whom We Belong

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JonOBrien

You did an excellent job lifting up the positive stories of how faith activists support people living with HIV. However, POZ dodged telling the whole truth. One only has to pop one’s head into an interfaith aids conference to understand the big business of faith groups taking taxpayer aid while the prejudice of religious conservatives who manufacture stigma against men who have sex with men and sex workers and who make it difficult to access condoms remains unchallenged at these same meetings.

May 22, 2017 Washington, DC

Mark S. King

Although I'm a skeptic semi-believer, we cannot deny the comfort that spirituality -- whatever its form -- provides people facing a chronic or life-threatening condition. I'm grateful for the people profiled in this story, because they have demonstrated service and compassion toward people living with HIV. It's a trait we have demanded from religious leaders since the AIDS crisis began, so I'm certainly not going to knock them for doing it now.

May 17, 2017 Baltimore, MD

allspark

Blegh. Where do us who don't believe in this crap go?

May 15, 2017 NYC

Shameless Shane

We need a CURE, not an invisible delusion to "comfort" us until we die. Get your head out of the clouds and demand a CURE!

May 15, 2017 OKC

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