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POZ April 1997

POZ April 1997

In every issue of POZ, you'll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.

Feature

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Andrew Sullivan, True Believer

Gay America's most controversial British import has deeply rooted convictions about God and country. His fears run pretty deep, too.

Inside the Issue

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The Cheshire Chat

A minister warns: True compassion can't always be found behind that understanding smile

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The Price May Not Be Right

Pricey AIDS drugs + fraying safety nets = threats to PWA survival.

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Aisle Fly Away

Broadway's Byron Nease takes it on the road

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Consider It Dunn

Boston's Belynda Dunn sails to salvation

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Heart Strings

Gerald Busby's evangelical composition

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Living Will

Linda Loughin finds life after death

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Lost and Found

When a nice Catholic boy goes Buddhist, fear of death turns to celebration

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Mother Earth

Shana Humphrey gets to the core of HIV

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Quilting Be

Truth comes out at the AIDS family picnic

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The Celestine Nonprofit

Zen and the art of conveyor-belt maintenance

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Beyond Belief

Is long-distance prayer an honest-to-God AIDS treatment?

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Come One, Come All

No public accommodation can discriminate against PWAs

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Enter Soul Mate

Love comes in the most unexpected places

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A Wing and a Prayer

You can stare into the face of death without blinking or breaking

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Fall in the Family

The half uncle of painter Hugh Steers applauds a life, and an art, well done.

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Spirituality

The soul: What's a nice kid like you doing in a joint like this?

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