Oh, the irony. While surfing the poz.com website this morning, I clicked on a link to their sister site, aidsmeds.com and got this warning from my computer’s anti-virus program: For the record: I do believe it is a good idea to practice safer-surfing practices and to always use protection online.
My health problems are supposedly due to a virus, and I’m beginning to think that just might be the case, but before anyone jumps to conclusions, let me explain. The word virus has been in use for more than six centuries, though the first infectious pathogen to be named as one—the tobacco mosaic virus—was discovered […more]
What is this chatter in the AIDS dissidence community lately about banning the word “denialist”? When did this become the most compelling matter for us to confront at this time in our history? Of course the use of derogatory terms by others to define us should be challenged, and AIDS Dissidents have been challenging the […more]