In every issue of POZ, you’ll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
Hydeia L. Broadbent has Shirley Temple’s star quality, Whoopi Goldberg’s wit and Madonna’s media savvy. Oh yeah, she also has AIDS.
Death be not proud and disease be not pretty, but The Diseased Pariah News giggles all the way to the graveyard
How to treat and defeat impotence
HIV takes Atlanta’s Vimal Jairath from science to art.
A former Jesuit finds hope outside the House of Worship
Louise Binder has a lot to say about AIDS activism, Canadian-style.
Mark Hamilton, UN ambassador on AIDS
“A porn star saying he has AIDS is not a career move.”
Stop the rollbacks in expanded access to experimental drugs for optionless PWAs
FDA warns that protease inhibitors may cause diabetes
Books, film and theater
Andrew Cunanan and ”AIDS Fuel Frenzy”
The battle over when to intervene with protease cocktails has now taken center stage in the AIDS community.
A guide to your antiretroviral options when all else fails
The feds’ long-awaited antiretroviral guidelines spark controversy
...And the filmmaker’s heart
Independent filmmakers have done much in recent years to reverse Hollywood’s shameful silence about the ravages of AIDS among gay men.
Selenium, found in soil, is a crucial antioxidant for strong immunity
With Sean Strub’s HIV disease stabilized, it’s time to look at long-term health concerns
Tom Morgan’s antiretroviral crisis of faith
Sex is the most powerful force in the world, a force to be worshiped and learned from, not harnessed, hidden or ignored.
In picking a practitioner, look for expertise, partnership, and a warm smile.
Stephen Andrews’ “Fingerprints” touch something special
To bare the truth about bareback desires is effective prevention
Even a tiny risk is still a risk
Kudos to PWAs who reject treatment dogmas of all stripes
Klan and fundies stalk gay Casa Nova
New resistance data raises old doubts
HIV-free primates take it up the nose
At last, a latex that’s ready before you are
Beauty salons weave safer sex into services
Whose door will Salick knock on next?
Foot-dragging on 1592 provokes protests and boycott