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This Face has a Message for the World
by Staff
New Yorkers don't just quietly survive. We wear our survival the way we wear Yankees caps, hotpants, dashikis, gold chai pendants, rainbow flags and "I [Love] NY" tees -- as emblems of pride, attitude, chutzpah.

Lines Composed in a Looking Glass
by Anonymous
Will the face I won't show you be the one that betrays me?

The Problem with Protease
by Lawrence Goodman
Protease combos were billed as a miracle.  While the meds saved many lives, most HIVers could have been spared side effects, premature resistance and lost options-if only one mistake hadn't been made

Lipo: The Latest

Parent Trap
by Susan Gerhard
When doctors and parents disagree on HAART for kids with HIV, "when to start" goes to court

What's Life Worth?
by Benjamin Ryan

by Denny Lee

Wind Beneath Their Wings
by Paul D. Thacker

Fuzzy Math:
by Danielle Zielinski

Double Deal:
by Cindra Feuer

Getting Snippy
by Benjamin Ryan

Creature Features
by Suzy Martin

Clit Club
by Emily Bass

by Suzy Martin

Safe Sucks:
by Josh Sparber

Our Daily Med
by Mike Barr

by Cindra Feuer

Run Interference
by Mike Barr

Look, Ma, No KS!
by Clarinda MacLow

Warts Up, Doc?
by Clarinda MacLow

Thai Clip:
by Tim Murphy and Adam Bible

Only Connect:
by Danielle Zielinski

False Alarm:
by Cindra Feuer

Tribute: Linda Grinberg
by Lynda Dee
"Elegant Fighter. Tough Customer"

Bayou Blues
by Tracey Porpora

by Danielle Zielinski


by Staff

Back to Basics
by Joe Westmoreland
From ACT UP to the beltway, Moisés Agosto wrote the book on AIDS activism. Now he's writing poetry

Publisher's Letter
by Brad Peebles
Stephen Gendin, one of the founders of POZ and a leading AIDS activist, died just over two years ago on July 19, 2000. Like Kiyoshi Kuromiya, who died two months before him, or Linda Grinberg, who just died in May, Stephen changed and saved lives, even if he ultimately lost his personal fight.

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