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POZ November 1999

POZ November 1999

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

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Both Sides Now

In their own words, two lovers try to make sense of how one came to infect the other with an HIV supervirus.

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How to End the Epidemic

A community action agenda with some blue sky notions, too.

Inside Today

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Blame It on Your Hormones

If you're tired, you're cranky and you've lost your love jones, Lark Lands know just what the doctor hasn't ordered.

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Editor's Letter

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.

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Mailbox-November 1999

The cover of your August 1999 issue featuring a construction by Barton Benes was haunting, artistic and moving.

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Rock of Aegis

It could only happen in the Silicon Age.

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Don't Ask, Don't Tell

Despite a mixed record on gay and lesbian issues, President Clinton has always allowed that he feels the pain.

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Class Act

Meeting between 18-year-old and Clifton, New Jersey city councilman sparks big change

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Drug Ads Add Up

Are pharmaceutical pitches breaking your bank?

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Life is better with HIV, say 49% of positive folks

A study found that another 18% say life is about the same and 29% say it's been worse since testing positive.

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"Should Marijuana Be Legal for Medical Purposes?"

“The sins of an 18-year-old college student should not affect a 60-year-old cancer patient racked with agony.”

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Less than 3,000 Served

Las Vegas advocacy group Fighting AIDS in Our Community Today (FACT) and city council battle it out over billboards

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All the Lonely People

The ringing telephone shatters the cool August quiet.

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A Squeeze-In at the Summit

Two hundred gay guys gathered in a conference room are contracting their pelvic muscles, practicing Kegel exercises.

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Remembrance of Things Present

While attending the Global Network of PWAs conference in Warsaw, I took a break to visit Auschwitz.

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Future Shock

For all the reams of newsprint, acres of film, heaps of data, AIDS is still a subject governed by censorship and taboo.

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Cho & Tell

Margaret Cho is back, touring with I'm the One That I Want, her hilarious one-woman tell-all.

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Babe in Boyland

Post-diagnosis, post-recovery and pre-menopausal, our fearless columnist finds her sex drive kicking into high gear. What's a girl to do?

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Bad Faith

Congress prepares to render unto the religious the right to discriminate against people with HIV. Doug Ireland explains the newest hate law.

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Get Well Soon

“Gay=Sick” has been science's diagnosis for centuries.

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Dr. Leather Meets Mr. Right

Contrary conservative Andrew Sullivan's marching orders from POZ were to find a man who's the marrying kind. He bagged Tony Mills, Internation...

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Ties That Bind

 Size doesn't matter when it comes to domestic violence

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Supreme Sacrifice

High court limits disability protections, hanging HIVers out to dry. Arthur S. Leonard is on the case.

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Pregnant Poz

Flor Monterossa had her doubts, but now she can't wait to welcome her baby into the world.

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How to Have a Healthy Baby

For moms-to-be, seven best-chance options to keep your infant HIV negative

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Spare the Breast

One of HIV’s cruelest ironies is that it seeds the body’s most intimate, regenerative acts with disease and danger.

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Stop PCP Pills?

Is it safe for me to drop it?

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The Big Queasy

How to stroke a stomach that just won't quit

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On the Rebound

Don’t discount potential for hormones, diet, nutrients, herbs and other complementary therapies to counter damaging side effects of therapy.

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From the Gut

The next research frontier: HIV's intestinal hiding place. Peter Anton goes to the source.

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Hoop Dreams

 In 1991, Magic Johnson woke up middle America to AIDS. At the time it seemed like the full-court press would save the day.

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Arts

Duke University Press keeps AIDS in print with Paula Treichler's How to Have Theory in an Epidemic.

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Milestones

I met Karl Lange in 1994 on my first day as a volunteer counselor at Paul Newman's Hole in the Wall Gang.

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