Mother & Child Reunion

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ARV Drought

Left Field by Patricia Nell Warren Drug shortages threaten the promise of the “end of aids.” As I write this, the International AIDS Conference is going...

Evan Low: Ally

What happens in Vegas”...does not stay in Vegas—because Ms. Ruby tells all! Beyond the marquee lights, gaming, and lengthy strip traffic lights, this desert town...

Just*in Time: Serodifferent Relationships & Resisting Stigma

Serodifferent relationships can work, but, to be successful, partners (and those around them) need to be aware of how to empower themselves. Here are...

HIV & Isolation: Who Me?

Here I am, back in my hometown for eight years now. I don’t regret the move, per se, but it has presented me with...

When Your HIV Advocacy Gets Amplified

My Face on Billboards What happens when your HIV advocacy is suddenly thirty-feet high? by George M. Johnson Back in mid-March, I was walking to the train...

Star-Spangled Activism

More of the same thing, you say. Politics as usual, Congressional gridlock, looking backward, and less hope and more spin. After the inauguration, when...

Thanks to Whom?

When people discover that I have been a committed atheist since the age of nine (blame Methodist Sunday “Bible School”), they often ask, “Well,...

Brian Jordan Alvarez: Advocate

I love spilling my guts,” remarked Brian Jordan Alvarez, character actor and impressionist, when we met at an AIDS fundraiser last year. Well, c’mon...

Second Acts: Bruce Ward

Hanging On Clinging to a raft in the regatta of life by Bruce Ward Lazarus Syndrome” is one of the terms coined by psychologists and sociologists to...

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Just*in Time: Testicular Cancer Prevention

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