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POZ June 1999

POZ June 1999

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

Features

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Beyond Condoms

How to create a gay men’s culture of sexual health

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Beyond Condoms: Introduction

The marriage of gay men and condoms is a tormented one.

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Beyond Condoms: Life After Latex

Microbicides weren’t our dad’s safe sex. But for us, they’re just a shout away.

Inside the Issue

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Afterimage

Muna Tseng’s last dance with her older brother, photographer Tseng Kwong Chi

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Ouch! Stop the Pain

Patients don’t want to talk about it. Doctors don’t want to hear about it. What’s going on?

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Catching Up With . . . Jim Howley

(POZ December 1994/January 1995) 

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Drag King

Peter McWilliams is a writer blocked.

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Queen of Hearts

Lady Catiria says goodbye—for now

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S.O.S.

I have been interested in issues of corporate social responsibility since I started investing in start-up ventures.

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To the Editor

I received your issue on pets the very day my 14-year-old dog died in my arms.

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Hypodermic Hysteria

Urban legends in the age of AIDS

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Streethearts

The Thelma and Louise of AIDS outreach

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POZarazzi: Party Poop

Movers, shakers and troublemakers

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Frogs Out of Hot Water

Top Frenchies won’t fry in blood debacle

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Clip ’n’ Save

Foreskin risk not clear-cut

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Swing Vote

Sex poll picks trend-setters

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Think Stink

AIDS ed goes for the nose

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“WeHo” Heave Ho

3,000 sigs would dub West Hollywood “Safer Sex City”

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Little Rocked

Arkansas doc fired for HIV

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Say What

“Not all of the Phelps children have remained loyal to the family.”

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Obits

Anthony Castiglione, 41; Lawrence Steger, 37; John Thomas, 51

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Patriot Games

Star Wars eclipses war on AIDS in Clinton’s 2000 budget

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Policy Permutations

Need insurance? Yesterday’s legal triumph may be tomorrow’s trouble.

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Ghost Reader

A dead author watches over his manuscript’s completion

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Show & Tell

What’s your sign?

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Rescue 3-8-7

PWAs need salvage therapy, and Abbott’s new protease fits the bill. If only?

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Dose Encounters

She got clean with a little help from her meth.

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Nurse a Grudge

This goddess deserves a little tender loving caregiver

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A Bum Rap

In the pain-in-the-ass sweeps, anal warts gives AIDS a run for its money.

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Where There’s Smoke...

Physicians tend to harangue their cigarette-smoking patients with HIV to “just quit,” citing the familiar long-term health risks.

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Feelin’ No Pain

People in recovery can take pain meds safely

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Tranny Time

Support services for positive TGs

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Where to Find It

Start preparing now for life after latex.

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Get Over It

Free advice and a shot of attitude for sun- and sleep-seekers

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Volunteers Wanted

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...

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Not Your Typical Tearjerker

Cry me a river—right into the drug pipeline.

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Displace Dysplasia

Women with HIV can now add to their Pap smears another crucial early warning system for cervical cancer.

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Prevention Extension

People are talking, and what they want to know is “If my CD4s go above 200 on HAART, can I quit my PCP prophylaxis?”

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Posterboy Always Rings Twice

Joey DiPaolo is back with bells on

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Sense and Sinsemilla

Drug warriors take a big hit on medical marijuana

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POZ Picks

The one thing more romantic than Paris in the spring is Paris in the spring with Virginie Ledoyen.

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Aunt Evelyn’s Letters

For our June issue, artist Barton Benes collaborates with his late friend Ruth Truth, a confirmed cross-dresser, and his late Aunt Evelyn.

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