In every issue of POZ, you’ll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
Why she’ll never marry again...how Donna Shalala is almost a murderer...where you can go if you dis Michael Jackson.
We’ve had too many prevention efforts based on lies.
As a prisoner living with AIDS, I must tell you that the $18,110 federal grant spent on an AIDS education video for city jails is ridiculous
Royal rummage sale raises riches for AIDS
Gene mutations linked to disease delay
Media gives lip service to saliva scare
A “glimmer of hope” for immune restoration
One-use needle activists
Sip, test and cruise
Blurbs for the herb a Brit hit
With the ban on federal funding for needle-exchange still in effect, philanthropist George Soros gave a shot in the arm to syringe swaps.
No-care day care
New ads for quilt lay on the guilt
Tinseltown showers protease on players
Fag on the Rag and more
Marvin Glass; Herbert José de Souza, 60
The lost language of one of Britain’s most offbeat filmmakers
PWAs get big benefits, free drugs and plenty of attitude
A good man may be hard to find, but an ordinary kitchen utensil isn’t
Marcus Wayland gives Sylvia Plath a run for her money
In the UK, 21 years does not a native make
Where do we go from here? These essays are all over the map
Britain’s feisty AIDS-dissident mag is always provocative
Lee Davy King remembers tea with Diana
Seven years after his death from AIDS at the age of 31, Keith Haring’s legacy is alive and kicking.
A treasure hunt leads one man (and a filmmaker) to the goods
We finally have effective treatments. It‘s time we did real prevention
When I was in England, a stranger asked me for a spare fag. You can imagine what happened.
A British Playwright explains why his AIDS oeuvre isn’t about AIDS
Hot! Hot! Hot!
Edmund White on being a lone wolf and longtime survivor, teddy bear and rapist...and why he stopped speaking to Larry Kramer
The organic work of laconic British painter “S" speaks for itself. But what is saying?
How you got it doesn’t matter, but it makes all the difference
There’s life beyond condoms
There‘s no place like serenity
It’s always fascinating to see how medical perspectives vary by nationality and culture.
Dietary diligence can diminish diarrhea
A cautionary tale about ahead-of-the-pack treatment decisions
Diarrhea that won’t quit calls for a thorough set of stool tests
A source of “good” fat for those with fat malabsorption
BBC Radio’s Nigel Wrench voices his opinions on living with AIDS
Sperm are tiny and wriggle; the egg is large and waits.