In every issue, you’ll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
A complex mix of symptoms and a shrinking number of aids physicians can add up to an OI (opportunistic infection) ID crapshoot.
The AIDS community is shaken by a new federal report that 30 percent of twentysomething black gay men have HIV.
South African HIVers counter doomsday images with profiles in radical courage. Gregg Bordowitz reports.
With their brave new immune systems, HAART-takers are eager to toss their prevention pills. Bob Lederer reports that the sky isn’t falling.
In late June, San Francisco usually looks like the queer Mecca everyone always calls it.
(POZ September 1998)
(S)he’s in there, men, your inner gender illusionist, just waiting to be unleashed.
Ellis Eisner paints the days of HIVers by numbers
Doug Allen meets, discloses to, and loses boy
A hundred-plus protesters rallied in January outside the Central California Women’s Facility.
Former amfAR prez Mervyn Silverman joined the board of Childreach to help launch the Hope for African Children relief effort.
Being positive means never being papa, right? Wrong.
Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections
New federal guidelines catch up with top AIDS docs’ practice of not hitting early with antiretrovirals.
How else can I say it? I have gas. I take Crixivan [indinavir], and Crixivan farts can clear a room.
Need to kill that killer hangover? Nurse pours on the charms that will get your juices flowing again.
When Bush comes to shove, the GOP is gunning for HIVers, so Doug Ireland advocates ACTing UP again -- and fast.
Bullying and bawling are the MO at the PWA playground. Emily Carter has just two words for us: Grow Up!
Shawn Decker tunes in to reality-based TV series The Real World only to find that with HIV, the reception he gets is all static.
AIDS never kept River Huston out of other people’s beds, but it took an adventure in abstinence to bring her to orgasm on her own couch of..
The most radical and almost the only AIDS activism on planet Earth these days is the campaign to get AIDS drugs into African HIVers’ bodies.
Thank you for sharing stories about the other “F” word, faith, in the February/March issue.
Sealed with a hiss: Reagan’s first speech about AIDS in 1987 was way too little, way too late.