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May 1996

Aileen Getty Comes Clean
by Judith Lewis
Shouldn't one of America's wealthiest PWAs have it all? Maybe having it all was part of the problem.

Breathe Deeply and Hold
by Amy Feehan
PWAs waiting for an alternative to Bactrim will just get blue in the face

Family Affairs
by Stefani Eads
The Young and the Restless pushes the AIDS envelope firmly but softly

The Parent Trap
by Evan Forster
Jay and GayLynn Brummett wanted a child; the state of Nebraska gave them one -- until it received an anonymous call that GayLynn has AIDS. Is theirs a story of fear and prejudice or a struggle over the best interests of the child?

A Separate Peace
by Vincent Young
David North tells nothing but the truth, so help him God.

Dressed to Empress
by Dick Scanlan
Philip Stoehr is a royal performance

Sitting Priddy
by Rawley Grau
Laurie loves Baltimore, basketball and boys on bikes

Adopting Attitudes
by Catherine Hanssens
Looking to adopt? Call a lawyer first.

Mind Manners
by Evelyn C. White
Lose your wallet? It's not dementia -- sometimes the brain just has a mind of its own.

Breathe Easy Now
Project Inform offers options for stopping a major killer of PWAs

Un-American Activities
by River Huston
River brings down the House (Committee on Obscenity)

Troubling Signs, Holding Tight
by Bob Lederer
Dr. Joseph Sonnabend analyzes Sean O. Strub's state of health

From the Editor: Narrator
by David Drake
Choosing truths, telling stories

My Mother, Myself
by Kiki Mason
No matter how hard you try, you can't divorce your family

A Good Sport
by Dominic Hamilton-Little
In the great gay utopia, sex is an Olympic event

Move That Thing
by Mary Schnack
Tips for designing an exercise program to make you feel good.

S.O.S.
by Sean Strub
Woulda! Coulda! Shoulda!

Marathon Man: Ric Munoz
by John Servilio
HIV positive for more than a decade, Nike poster boy Ric Muñoz has yet to slow down


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