In every issue, you’ll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
How to create a gay men’s culture of sexual health
The marriage of gay men and condoms is a tormented one.
Microbicides weren’t our dad’s safe sex. But for us, they’re just a shout away.
Muna Tseng’s last dance with her older brother, photographer Tseng Kwong Chi
Patients don’t want to talk about it. Doctors don’t want to hear about it. What’s going on?
(POZ December 1994/January 1995)
Peter McWilliams is a writer blocked.
Lady Catiria says goodbye—for now
I have been interested in issues of corporate social responsibility since I started investing in start-up ventures.
I received your issue on pets the very day my 14-year-old dog died in my arms.
Urban legends in the age of AIDS
The Thelma and Louise of AIDS outreach
Movers, shakers and troublemakers
Top Frenchies won’t fry in blood debacle
Foreskin risk not clear-cut
Sex poll picks trend-setters
AIDS ed goes for the nose
3,000 sigs would dub West Hollywood “Safer Sex City”
Arkansas doc fired for HIV
“Not all of the Phelps children have remained loyal to the family.”
Anthony Castiglione, 41; Lawrence Steger, 37; John Thomas, 51
Star Wars eclipses war on AIDS in Clinton’s 2000 budget
Need insurance? Yesterday’s legal triumph may be tomorrow’s trouble.
A dead author watches over his manuscript’s completion
What’s your sign?
PWAs need salvage therapy, and Abbott’s new protease fits the bill. If only?
She got clean with a little help from her meth.
This goddess deserves a little tender loving caregiver
In the pain-in-the-ass sweeps, anal warts gives AIDS a run for its money.
Physicians tend to harangue their cigarette-smoking patients with HIV to “just quit,” citing the familiar long-term health risks.
People in recovery can take pain meds safely
Support services for positive TGs
Start preparing now for life after latex.
Free advice and a shot of attitude for sun- and sleep-seekers
HIV positives needed to test a drug that could destroy your hips, thin your bones, mess up your toenails, keep your penis limp (men) and...
Cry me a river—right into the drug pipeline.
Women with HIV can now add to their Pap smears another crucial early warning system for cervical cancer.
People are talking, and what they want to know is “If my CD4s go above 200 on HAART, can I quit my PCP prophylaxis?”
Joey DiPaolo is back with bells on
Drug warriors take a big hit on medical marijuana
The one thing more romantic than Paris in the spring is Paris in the spring with Virginie Ledoyen.
For our June issue, artist Barton Benes collaborates with his late friend Ruth Truth, a confirmed cross-dresser, and his late Aunt Evelyn.