In every issue, you’ll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
“Do you really want me naked?”
What’s a nice ACT UP activist doing at Stanford Law?
A pair of PBS specials puts AIDS in perspective
Massage as a visible holistic solution
Why did POZ pick me to write the sex column?
Despair to hope. Fear to knowledge.
AIDS PAC kicks off Washington lobby effort
Ad campaign stirs NYC subway controversy
Study shows bupropion may help treat sexual dysfunction
William Paul succeeds Fauci
Barton Benes’ provocative ways
What Hollywood will now do with AIDS
Carolyn Jones’ inspiring works in progress
Marisa Cardinale and Ellen LaPointe make it work
Michael Callen’s power and grace
APLA reports on opportunistic infections
Zero Patience, first AIDS musical film, east up New York
Best-selling AIDS author, reporter
We met in New York City’s East Village, one of the most AIDS-ravaged communities in the nation.
“A Night on the Town” and “A Walk on the Street”
How do I know the doctor knows?
New York’s ADAP expands into vitamins
Fred Bingham dares convention and wins
Kevin and Kip: TV AIDS crusaders
An argument for AIDS in the arts
Come out, come out wherever you are
Whatever happened to the New York Times and AIDS?
Lamar Dwayne Revis stirs up D.C.
Nutritional AIDS video on the mark
Magic Johnson’s refused entry into Indonesia because he is HIV positive prompted us to investigate other countries’ HIV entry policies.
This HIV Standard of Care chart is reproduced from ACT UP/Philadelphia’s HIV Standard of Care published in May, 1993.
Where are we with AIDS?
The human touch
From “A Wart On My Foot” by Severo Sarduy in the book LIFE SENTENCES: Writers, Artists, and AIDS (Mercury House/ San Francisco)