In every issue, you’ll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
When famed photographer Herb Ritts died suddenly at 50, the media never mentioned the A-word, let alone his heroic battle against blindness.
1981: Docs in LA and New York reported the first Kaposi’s sarcoma (KS) and PCP cases among gay men to the CDC.
Flying the cocktail coop is every pill-weary HIVer’s dream, but is a drug holiday right for you?
With fed-funded AIDS groups on abstinence-only watch, a St. Louis scandal sparks a firing.
Pakistan’s religious right called for the fingerprinting and mandatory HIV testing of all American visitors.
Score one more for no-jimmy blowjobs in the endless “Is oral sex safe?” debate. "In term
What could be holding up FDA approval of much-needed generic Rebetol (ribavirin), Schering-Plough’s hepatitis C drug?
A passionate practice-what-you-preach pastor gets HIV-tested in front of his flock
Think the flu’s a big wuss compared to HIV?
Soft-hearted software tycoon strikes again!
I am a superhero without superpowers. Faster than a speeding bullet? No - I’m more a man of rubber than of steel.
What’s the silliest thing anyone’s said to you about the virus? HIVers recall run-ins with some real April fools
POZ congratulates two of our columnists on getting engaged (but not to each other).
Budgets for prophylactics may go limp as federal funds shoot into abstinence-only initiatives, but the makers of the Inspiral rubber have...
Dykes and bi-girls skip the latex more often than gay men, said Western Kentucky University researchers who surveyed 927 young gays, bis...
What’s the real problem with patents? They knock scientific progress off track
Winona Ryder will put in a quarter of her community service time at the LA-based Caring for Children and Families with AIDS.
Do health benefits have you holding onto a lousy job, scared to lose or leave it? Follow your bliss-HIVers have a safety net out there.
A French study of some 1,050 HIVers found most had “better health-related quality of life” one year into HAART.
A California law sets a pro-PWA precedent
Got HIV and hepatitis B?
I’m a pillar of health,” crows transgendered (TG) Bostonian Alexis Price, 37.
Who says serodiverse love can’t last? A few months ago, after three years with my girlfriend,
You know all those big-type HIV words that look important…but what the *#%$ do they mean?
It’s good for your health.
Sure, we all know new U.S. guidelines say you can put off HAART until your T cells hit 350.
Doth the bell toll for Zerit, a.k.a. Bristol-Myers Squibb’s embattled nucleoside analog, d4T?
Our intrepid shrink, Patrick Califia, puts three disclosure doozies on the couch
Leroy Whitfield gets his groove back in Jamaica-until he gives tongue
I am an HIV positive mother who has a 3-year-old negative child [“Baby Love”, December 2002].
’80s pop star Paul “Boom Boom (Let’s Go Back to My Room) --Lekakis got the bug -- and now he’s acting up a storm.
Back in ’79, on Saturdays or Sundays, my mom would fill a plastic picnic basket with food.