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Body Positive
Table of Contents, January/February 2002

Body Positive Magazine; cover art by Joanne Gale

R E G U L A R  C O L U M N S

Body Positive
Creed

"You Are Not Alone"
by Michael Slocum and Jim Lewis

Psychologically Speaking
"Single in the City"
by Dr. J. Buzz von Ornsteiner

Viewpoint
"When Only One of You Doesn't Test Poz"
by Michael Safdiah

Newsline

Research Notebook
"Research With Couples of Mixed HIV Status"
by Robert H. Remien and Michael Stirratt

Letter From the Executive Director

Letter From the Editor

Masthead

 

F E A T U R E
A R T I C L E S

Bridging the Global Gap: The Work of the International AIDS Women's Caucus
From the US to Brazil, South Africa to Switzerland, women throughout the world are helping other women fight HIV/AIDS
by Mabel Bianco and Joyce Hunter

Listening to Mothers' Voices: Helping Parents Talk to Their Kids About Sex, Choices and HIV/AIDS
When mothers talk, people listen -- not only children, but government officials as well
by Laura Engle

Reading AIDS: Women, Families, and HIV/AIDS
A sociological perspective on the epidemic in America
by Carole A. Campbell

At Risk: Young, Minority, and Lesbian Women
by the Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention, US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

The Women's Interagency HIV Study (WIHS): Research Findings
by Maryellen Hughes

Cover from a drawing by Body Positive Peer Educator Joanne Gale


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