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Beyond Ripe (May/June 2009)
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In Positively Aware, from Test Positive Aware Network

And the Band Plays On (September/October 2008)
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In Positively Aware, from Test Positive Aware Network

Less Silence Around Anal Intercourse, More Science for Rectal Microbicides (September 2008)
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International Rectal Microbicide Advocates (IRMA) Does Delhi (July 2008)
From International Rectal Microbicide Advocates (IRMA)

In GMHC Treatment Issues, from Gay Men's Health Crisis

Snake Oil for Meth Addiction -- Only 15k (March/April 2008)
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In Positively Aware, from Test Positive Aware Network

Deliverance: Deeply Disturbed
(November/December 2007)
In Positively Aware, from Test Positive Aware Network

Big Deal: Offering Advice to a Friend Who Tests Positive (September/October 2007)
In Positively Aware, from Test Positive Aware Network

Bi Bi Baby: I Need Help (July/August 2007)
In Positively Aware, from Test Positive Aware Network

The Burning Bowl: An Rx for the Spiritual Health of the AIDS Advocacy Movement (March/April 2007)
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In Positively Aware, from Test Positive Aware Network

Shit Storm: Treatment Trauma With No Umbrella (September/October 2006)
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In Positively Aware, from Test Positive Aware Network

"Sissster Chrissstian": Is Jim Pickett too Vulgar for a Faith-Based AIDS Conference? (March/April 2006)
Pickett recounts how he was invited -- and then uninvited -- to an AIDS conference in Indiana sponsored by World Vision International, where he was to speak about HIV prevention
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In Positively Aware, from Test Positive Aware Network

"HIV Does Not Define Me" (November/December 2005)
Jim Pickett has embraced his role as an HIV-positive public speaker, but he loathes people who treat him like little more than a walking virus
In Positively Aware, from Test Positive Aware Network

"Squat Close to the Load," and Other Safety Tips (September/October 2005)
Attendees at a U.S. government-run HIV prevention conference received a free safety manual with all sorts of useful advice, but nary a condom or lube packet was in sight
In Positively Aware, from Test Positive Aware Network

Oh if Only (July/August 2005)
If only we always did what we were "supposed" to, what a different world it would be, Jim Pickett writes
In Positively Aware, from Test Positive Aware Network

Work Your Action (March/April 2005)
Don't rely on activists and AIDS organizations to defend your beliefs; watch your own back, Jim Pickett urges
In Positively Aware, from Test Positive Aware Network

Marathon Man (November/December 2004)
At the age of 38 and living with HIV since 1995, Jim Pickett prepares to run his first Chicago Marathon
In Positively Aware, from Test Positive Aware Network

Sorry, Doom-and-Gloomers, but It Doesn't Always Suck to Live With HIV (September 2004)
Living with HIV has its ups and its downs -- so why do so many people in HIV prevention make it sound like a living hell?
From HIV Stops With Me

Mind the Gap: Microbicides for the Coot and the Boot (July/August 2004)
Both gay men and straight women "must ask for, no -- demand, Booty Butter"
In Positively Aware, from Test Positive Aware Network

Phat (March/April 2004)
In Positively Aware, from Test Positive Aware Network

DHIVA (September/October 2003)
In Positively Aware, from Test Positive Aware Network

Had A Great Time, Wish I Was There (Summer 2003)
Pickett talks about his life on HAART
From AIDS Community Research Initiative of America

Casualties of War (May/June 2003)
In Positively Aware, from Test Positive Aware Network

Getting to Know You (March/April 2003)
In Positively Aware, from Test Positive Aware Network

Can You Feel What I Feel? (January/February 2003)
In Positively Aware, from Test Positive Aware Network

It Ain't Rocket Science (November/December 2002)
In Positively Aware, from Test Positive Aware Network

Seven's Up (September/October 2002)
In Positively Aware, from Test Positive Aware Network

Fatty Acid (July/August 2002)
In Positively Aware, from Test Positive Aware Network

Act the Fuck Up! (May/June 2002)
In Positively Aware, from Test Positive Aware Network

Love Stinks (January/February 2002)
In Positively Aware, from Test Positive Aware Network

My Greatest Hits, or How to Be a Moulin Rogue (November/December 2001)
In Positively Aware, from Test Positive Aware Network

A Work in Progress (September/October 2001)
In Positively Aware, from Test Positive Aware Network

A Crisis Obscured (July/August 2001)
In Positively Aware, from Test Positive Aware Network

Rising Above the Pain (May/June 2001)
In Positively Aware, from Test Positive Aware Network

Day and Night, Night and Day and Night (March/April 2001)
In Positively Aware, from Test Positive Aware Network

Slip Sliding Away -- The Truth About Safe Sex Among AIDS Activists (January/February 2001)
In Positively Aware, from Test Positive Aware Network

To Die For (November/December 2000)
For Jim Pickett, confronting his own mortality was the hardest part of adjusting to his HIV status
In Positively Aware, from Test Positive Aware Network

Give Us Morality or Give Us Death (September/October 2000)
In Positively Aware, from Test Positive Aware Network

Baby's Got the Red Ribbon Blues (July/August 2000)
The red AIDS ribbon has outlived its usefulness, Jim Pickett says -- and it's tacky, too
In Positively Aware, from Test Positive Aware Network

Stop the Drugs -- A Personal Détente (May/June 2000)
In Positively Aware, from Test Positive Aware Network

Strawberry Pills Forever (March/April 2000)
Jim Pickett provides some tongue-in-cheek advice for the pharmaceutical industry on developing new drugs
In Positively Aware, from Test Positive Aware Network

AIDS in the Twilight Zone (March/April 2000)
In Positively Aware, from Test Positive Aware Network

I'm Dancing as Fast as I Can (September/October 1999)
In Positively Aware, from Test Positive Aware Network


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