In every issue, you'll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
In their own words, two lovers try to make sense of how one came to infect the other with an HIV supervirus.
A community action agenda with some blue sky notions, too.
If you're tired, you're cranky and you've lost your love jones, Lark Lands know just what the doctor hasn't ordered.
There was a time when I felt awful about being spared from AIDS while so many other, worthier gay men were not. I am more forgiving now.
The cover of your August 1999 issue featuring a construction by Barton Benes was haunting, artistic and moving.
It could only happen in the Silicon Age.
Despite a mixed record on gay and lesbian issues, President Clinton has always allowed that he feels the pain.
Meeting between 18-year-old and Clifton, New Jersey city councilman sparks big change
Are pharmaceutical pitches breaking your bank?
A study found that another 18% say life is about the same and 29% say it's been worse since testing positive.
“The sins of an 18-year-old college student should not affect a 60-year-old cancer patient racked with agony.”
Las Vegas advocacy group Fighting AIDS in Our Community Today (FACT) and city council battle it out over billboards
The ringing telephone shatters the cool August quiet.
Two hundred gay guys gathered in a conference room are contracting their pelvic muscles, practicing Kegel exercises.
While attending the Global Network of PWAs conference in Warsaw, I took a break to visit Auschwitz.
For all the reams of newsprint, acres of film, heaps of data, AIDS is still a subject governed by censorship and taboo.
Margaret Cho is back, touring with I'm the One That I Want, her hilarious one-woman tell-all.
Post-diagnosis, post-recovery and pre-menopausal, our fearless columnist finds her sex drive kicking into high gear. What's a girl to do?
Congress prepares to render unto the religious the right to discriminate against people with HIV. Doug Ireland explains the newest hate law.
“Gay=Sick” has been science's diagnosis for centuries.
Contrary conservative Andrew Sullivan's marching orders from POZ were to find a man who's the marrying kind. He bagged Tony Mills, Internation...
Size doesn't matter when it comes to domestic violence
High court limits disability protections, hanging HIVers out to dry. Arthur S. Leonard is on the case.
Flor Monterossa had her doubts, but now she can't wait to welcome her baby into the world.
For moms-to-be, seven best-chance options to keep your infant HIV negative
One of HIV’s cruelest ironies is that it seeds the body’s most intimate, regenerative acts with disease and danger.
Is it safe for me to drop it?
How to stroke a stomach that just won't quit
Don’t discount potential for hormones, diet, nutrients, herbs and other complementary therapies to counter damaging side effects of therapy.
The next research frontier: HIV's intestinal hiding place. Peter Anton goes to the source.
In 1991, Magic Johnson woke up middle America to AIDS. At the time it seemed like the full-court press would save the day.
Duke University Press keeps AIDS in print with Paula Treichler's How to Have Theory in an Epidemic.
I met Karl Lange in 1994 on my first day as a volunteer counselor at Paul Newman's Hole in the Wall Gang.