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October 1999

Love Me Gender
by Pat Califia
Transgendered people with HIV are making the system work for them.

21st Century Vax
by Richard Jefferys
Vaccine advances into unexplored territory, a place where prevention and treatment may meet.

How to get There From There
by Mike Barr
Dr. Steve has nothing good to say about AIDS research and activism. He also has a map to the end of the epidemic.

Fear of a Vax Planet
by Timothy Burton
Our POZ correspondent decides to enter a VaxGen trial and faces a flood of emotions

by Sean Strub

Letters to the Editor October 1999

The End of an Epidemic?
by Shana Naomi Krochmal
Second wave doesn’t hold water, says sex survey

General Delivery
by Shana Naomi Krochmal
At the third-annual National Black Religious Summit on Sexuality in July, the usually low-key U.S. Surgeon General David Satcher made palms sweat by bluntly calling church leaders to preach HIV prevention from the pulpit.

Veep Show
by Doug Ireland
AIDS-drugs-for-Africa protests dog Gore, divide advocates and drive issue

Black Is...Black Ain't
by Donald Suggs
Cornelius Baker may be the most effective black AIDS advocate on Capitol Hill. But has he lost touch with the streets?

Memo for the Millennium
by Mike Barr

Addicted to Life
by Lillian Thiemann
I have HIV and hep C, but addiction is my major disease.

The Club Scene
by Bob Lederer

Get Over It
by Greg Lugliani and Edited by Bob Lederer
How to mend an aching back and douse that dizzy feeling

Nuking it Out
by Lark Lands and Edited by Bob Lederer

Babes Out of the Woods
by Lark Lands and Edited by Bob Lederer

A Vicious Cycle
by Lark Lands and Edited by Bob Lederer

First Things First
by Lark Lands and Edited by Bob Lederer

On the Cutting Edge
by Bill Strubbe
HIVers, too, can have surgery safely

Great White Hope
by Stephen Gendin and As Told to Lark Lands
Stephen Gendin boosts his plunging neutrophils with a cloning drug

Northern Light
by Becky Minnich
Louise Binder keeps the activist fires burning. She laughs a lot, too

I Sing The Body Electric

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