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Oh, Suzana!
by Angelo Ragaza
In Indonesia, PWAs shroud themselves in lies, secrets and silence. But designer-activist Suzana Murni, 28, has rent the veil of shame. Murni's mantra? It's not the label -- it's how you wear it.

Medicine Masala
by Sameera Khan
Though India's 4 million HIVers face everything from vicious discrimination to sky-high prices for retrovirals, some native ancient healing traditions may offer new solutions -- for their epidemic and ours.

Southern Exposure
by Mukdawan Sakboon
Thailand worked a near miracle in the '90s with "100 percent Condom Use" among sex workers and other prevention campaigns that are the pride of Asia. But with advocates now tackling treatment access and taking on fearsome Big Pharma, the country's status as AIDS role model for the developing world is in danger.

Postcards from the Edge
by Bettina Schunter
Doubly devastated -- by a '70s Red reign of terror and the continent's most staggering HIV infection rate -- Cambodia faces a catastrophic future. Bettina Schunter went there with Doctors Without Borders to hand out condoms to sex workers, wipe the brows of feverish PWAs and do what she can. This is her record of small miracles and baby steps in the killing fields.


Something Suspect In The Air
by Denny Lee

IMF’d Up, Man!
by Julie Hantman


Catching Up With…
by Kevin O'Leary
Dawn Averitt

Everybody CAREs
by Griffin Shea

The Doll Factory
by Kevin O'Leary

Bubblegum Sex Wars
by Shana Naomi Krochmal

Shout Out

Security Risk
by Shana Naomi Krochmal

Fire And Brimstone

Bodies In Motion
by David Bahr

by Angelo Ragaza

Smoke and Mirrors
by Angelo Ragaza

Foo For Thought
by Dylan Rice

Bookmark This
by Shana Naomi Krochmal
Global Hits

Hoyas' Helping Hands
by Kai Wright

On Writing It
by Kenny Fries

Egypt's Time Is Now
by Wahba Ghaly

by Peter Rogers

Dellums For Dollars
by Doug Ireland
Ex-Representative Ron Dellums, a longtime leftist, now stumps for global AIDS funding. Is it altruism? Doug Ireland lifts the veil on his paymasters.

Bite The Bullet
by LeRoy Whitfield
Dodging a gun-toting nurse and a false prophet, LeRoy Whitfield breaks out of his treatment shell.

It’s Alright, Ma
by Lillian Thiemann
When your kid’s been an addict and come out alive, HIV can be the toughest letters you’ve ever heard. Lillian Thieman finds forgiveness is a two-way street.

The Lost Day
by Stephen Gendin
Stephen Gendin pulls a Proust and goes searching for lost time. He hopes he doesn’t find dementia lurking in a budding grove.

An International Incident
by Kerry Cullinan and Anso Thom
South African president Thabo Mbeki has tapped “AIDS dissidents” in charting policy on the raging epidemic—and the global establishment is seeing red. Is he a pariah or a patriot? Kerry Cullinan and Anso Thom report from a nation in peril.

POZ In Asia (Introduction)
by Marina Mahathir

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Getting Testy
by Denny Lee
Bend over, Viagra! The new testosterone gel may soon have even frat boys cruising the black market to take it like a man.

Herb Of The Month
by Michael Onstott

Holy Hormones
by Lark Lands
The sanest way to testoserone up. 

Cramping Your Style
by Greg Lugliani
Menstruation a pain in the pelvis? Curse not, our dispensary-loving Nursie is staggering your way.

Comfort Zone

All The Tea In China
by Michael Onstott
Can Traditional Chinese Medicine pass the muster of American AIDS research?

Smear No Evil
by Lark Lands and Risa Denenberg
Marlene Diaz’s abnormal Pap doesn’t spell cervical cancer, but is cause for concern—and definitely follow-up testing.

East Meets West
by Paul DAILY
Get to know your fellow HIVers in Asia—they’re Web wired.

$64K Question
by Lark Lands

7.17.85: Rock Our World
by Michael Musto

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