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Vagina Monologues
by Patrick Califia
The fact that girl-to-guy transmission is nearly nonexistent has turned five women who thought they had killer vaginas into AIDS Inc.'s worst nightmare.

A Negative Exposure
by Joseph Sonnabend, MD

A Dangerous Age
by Jennifer Block
Two new conditions -- osteoporosis and diabetes -- are hitting HIVers. Whether caused by the virus, the meds or both, these ailments have researchers alarmed about a graver syndrome -- premature aging. Jennifer Block reports on how to keep Old Man Time at bay.

Dissing Disability Queens
by Lawrence Goodman
Big-name activists are breaking ranks to blow the whistle on gay HIVers' riding the disability gravy train into the fast-lane lifestyle. But up ahead the insurance industry has set a speed trap.

POTUS Priorities
by Emily Salzfass

Hat Trick
by Angelo Ragaza

The Chastity Beltway
by Eric Erickson

Burn in Helms
by Staff

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Exchange Suit
by Suzy Martin

Piece of Pie
by Emily Salzfass

Mama Bear
by Suzy Martin

Naked Eye
by Suzy Martin

Rock Steady
by Dylan Rice

Hip-Hop Hope
by LeRoy Whitfield
He's rap's first openly gay artist, poised to make a much-hyped debut. Will Caushun throw it to the winds for AIDS?

The Viral Lode

How would E.M. Forster have written about AIDS? Two master fiction writers with new novels out in October -- David Leavitt (The Marble Quilt, Houghton Mifflin) and Joan Silber (Lucky Us, Algonquin) -- talk about infection, irony and the uses and abuses of illness in literature

Rent Checked
by Stephen Winter

D.I.Y. Thoreau
by Angelo Ragaza

Shingles Scene
by Tim Murphy

The Brits Are Revolting
by John Hatchett

U.K./U.S. Orals
by John Hatchett

Chronic Fatigue
by Emily Carter
What's the matter with kids today? CMCLD confusion, says Emily Carter, who offers this tear-and-share.

Pulp Friction
by Peter McQuaid
Newly diagnosed Peter McQuaid reports on his maiden voyage into the wild world of disclosure.

Snapshots: Rebekka Armstrong
by Ronnilyn Pustil
The Playmate is in love, in the loo and feeling real

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Butt Out
by John Hatchett

Wart's Up?
by Tim Murphy

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