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POZ August 1998

POZ August 1998

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

Feature

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Tales of the City

The bad girl of writing Roiphe clan, Emily Carter took a dark journey, but now at 37, she's one of the generation's brightest talents.

Inside the Issue

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Ask Amelio

One early Sunday morning a reporter called to ask me questions about women with AIDS. Don’t wa

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Petunias

Everyone who worked around the harbor knew he was in love with Ryan before he knew it himself

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The Mere Future

"Sacred knowledge in the hands of fools destroys.” -- Upanishads

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Record Time

Loneliness can be a full state or an empty one

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Veronica

Alison had not slept right for days.

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The American People

Two excerpts from his upcoming novel

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Switching Channels

From couch potato to TV mogul

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Takin' It to the Streets

Prostitutes find a real gem in Ruby

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Have A Ball

Sandra keeps a severe house

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The Grass Is Greener

Brian Heater's a little bit country?

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S.O.S.

An experience I had a few months ago haunts me. I was in Thailand, where HIV transmission rates soar and the epidemic rages.

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To the Editor

Through the Wire

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Pass the AZT

Judging by the recent rash of apothecary-style restaurants and bars in London and New York City, protease envy is alive and kicking.

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Deadly Dad

Man injects son with HIV

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Stuck in the Riddle

KS risk rises with herpesvirus 8 infection

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Survey Says...

Docs-to-be more willing to treat HIVers

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Let's Talk About Sex

Miss America Kate Shindle dares to

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Name Game

Initials spell longevity

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Vive la France!

French government pumps money into safer-sex porn

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Gets His Goat

PWA locks horns with FDA

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Going Downtown? Dam It

Taste-and-see latex approved for cunnilingus

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Dr. Dementia

Murder defense fails

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Voices Carry

Other Countries gave shelter to the epidemic's black gay male writers

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Obits

Billy Ray Blasingame died of AIDS March 5 at the Zen Center Hospice in San Francisco.

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And Now For Something Entirely Fiction

It's August, and time for a vacation from the virus.

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Tita Aida

The Almighty: If the fever does not go away, fasten your seat belts, girlfriends, and wait for St. J

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Death Becomes Her

“Obscene artist” Karen Finley wants you to remember 

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In the Hot Seat

Advocates have access, but industry sets the agenda

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Oh, Viagra!

An ode to daddy's new little blue helper

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You Can't Take It With You

So he takes it to the limit

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Clean and Sober

An addict with HIV kicks at the dark

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Know Your Writes

As the fiction in this issue of POZ attests, there’s power in the written word—to enlighten or inspire, provoke or console.

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Pills, Chills and Thrills

Prescription for Disaster: The Hidden Dangers in Your Medicine Cabinet

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TB or not TB

Easier-to-take Treatments

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Move It!

Remedies for constipation

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Risky When Rushed

Head's up before mixing viagra, poppers and protease

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It's All About the Journal

Write your way through trauma and triumph

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Heart of the Matter

Abnormal blood fats may foretell heart trouble for PWAs on protease 

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Stink Balms

Full of gas? Give digestive enzymes a try

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Angel and Insects

Imani Harrington says, “Pass the grasshopper skins, hold the PCP prophylaxis”

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Pier 48

Barton Benes’ five-year correspondence with his Aunt Evelyn is surely one of modern art’

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Say What

“People with AIDS have been using steroids therapeutically…"

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