Articles tagged with: July 2012

Toronto Pride times Twenty

published: July, 03, 2012 Written by // Bob Leahy - Publisher Categories // Pride, Events, Opinion Pieces, Bob Leahy - Publisher

Bob Leahy with (twenty) impressions of Pride Toronto, the 2012 Edition

Toronto Pride times Twenty

There are many ways to frame Toronto Pride.  From an HIV perspective, it’s the ultimate challenge for this poz guy's "neuropathetic" feet, eight hours of standing, counting the pre- and post- Parade walkabouts. But you forget that because it's such an affirming experience overall, with such a sense of community in the air.  And if it was hot and wilt-inducing out there in Sunday’s summer heat, it was also fun. A barrage of corporate endorsements but also an extraordinary coming together

Fighting the Good Fight with Atripla, Reps and Fitness

published: July, 02, 2012 Categories // Fitness and Exercise, Lifestyle, Living with HIV

Nathaniel Casco on what fitness and exercise have done for him, and how people living with HIV can get started on an exercise regime......

Fighting the Good Fight with Atripla, Reps and Fitness

This entry first appeared in Nate’s’ own blog here.  Living with HIV has presented many challenges and changes to my lifestyle. One of the most important is my complete health.  I ignored my HIV for almost four years, and this had detrimental effects on my health. It wasn’t that I was being promiscuous or treating my body badly, it’s just that I pushed HIV so far back in my mind that I no longer thought about it, or even what I had to do about it. June 2011. I decided that I needed

When social media isn’t so very sociable

published: July, 02, 2012 Categories // Social Media, Living with HIV, Media

Denis Robinson has a twitter epiphany – and makes radical changes to his social media presence.

This entry first appeared on Denis’s own blog Half a Lifetime.  Social media is truly an oddity and each day I learn how it affects us, and the world we live in. It is responsible for trends in media, fashion, literature & thought. It has changed how we learn about things, how wars are fought and it has made the world an exceptionally small place. However, recently I have found myself questioning its place in my life and what it has done to my way of thinking. Numbers seem to be very

Daniel Bauer – Beyond Belief

published: July, 02, 2012 Categories // Arts and Entertainment, Performances, Living with HIV

Our New York guy Positively Dating reviews the Daniel Bauer show that combines the arts of magic and escape with Daniels’s own story of living with HIV.

Daniel Bauer – Beyond Belief

Note to readers: For our interview with Daniel Bauer, follow the “related articles” link at the end of this story I had extremely low expectations sitting in the darkened theatre at New York City’s Cap 21 waiting to see Daniel Bauer’s Beyond Belief. While there may be a few great tricks that leave you pondering for days, I find that the majority of magic shows leave me feeling a little empty.  As soon as the lights came up and Daniel sat on a wooden stool and he addressed the audienc

Pain Management

published: July, 01, 2012 Written by // Guest Authors - Revolving Door Categories // Alternative Therapies, Health, Treatment, Revolving Door, Guest Authors

Guesting naturopathic doctor Timothy Swift on ways to make the pain go away

Pain Management

“I feel your pain” is often the response from friends when you share an ache or discomfort you are having.  But what is pain?  I am here to tell you pain manifests as different things to different people for different reasons.  My pain is not your pain nor vice versa.  SImilar perhaps, but not likely the same cause and effect.  I want to offer you some insight into pain and solutions that you can implement today.  I also invite you to check out my website for more information on pa

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