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‘How Do You Solve a Problem Like’ having no score for The Sound of Music... by Kenn C. Posted in: Blog Posts in HIV & AIDS As I followed some suggestions, during a morning stroll through YouTube, after viewing an organist handle a Bach piece with flair I found another one with a story much ... Read on »
‘The Fear’ Factor by Kenn C. Posted in: Blog Posts in HIV & AIDS During a lunch meeting with friends today someone spoke of past states of generalized anxiety which professionals often tried, unsuccessfully, to pin down – fe ... Read on »
“A Winter Night” by Robert Burns (25 January 1759 – 21 July 1796) by Kenn C. Posted in: Blog Posts in HIV & AIDS When biting Boreas, fell and doure, Sharp shivers thro’ the leafless bow’r; When Phoebus gies a short-liv’d glow’r, Far south the lift, Dim-dark’ning thro’ the flaky show’r, ... Read on »
“A Winter Night” by Robert Burns (25 January 1759 – 21 July 1796) by Kenn C. Posted in: Blog Posts in HIV & AIDS When biting Boreas, fell and doure, Sharp shivers thro’ the leafless bow’r; When Phoebus gies a short-liv’d glow’r, Far south the lift, Dim-dark’ning thro’ the flaky show’r, ... Read on »
“Die” for access to generic AIDS meds in the poorest of countries – it... by Kenn C. Posted in: Blog Posts in HIV & AIDS Over the lunch hour this coming Monday the Bill C-393 Student Coalition, along with members of AIDS ACTION NOW and other allies, will join in creative prot ... Read on »
“It Gets Better” tops 2010 list by Kenn C. Posted in: Blog Posts in HIV & AIDS Dan Savage and husband Terry Miller started something in 2010 that Mark Kelley and the CBC Connect crew put at the top of Connect 10: A  Countdown of the most pop ... Read on »
“Neuf couleurs au vent” by Daniel Buren by Kenn C. Posted in: Blog Posts in HIV & AIDS This slideshow requires JavaScript. Montréal’s steadfast, enviable care for public art , as a community (elected and unelected alike), is no better ex ... Read on »
“Stop Regret and Get back to Living” by Ashley Berges by Kenn C. Posted in: Blog Posts in HIV & AIDS What is regret? Regret is a verb defined as: to feel sad, repentant, or disappointed over (something that has happened or been done, esp. a loss or missed ... Read on »
“The Shack”, allegory and empathy – but forgiveness? by Kenn C. Posted in: Blog Posts in HIV & AIDS   “I brought a book I think you’ll find interesting,” my cousin said as we sat down for lunch recently, handing me a paperback copy of The Shack by Wm. ... Read on »
“How does it feel to be gay?” (Makes you go “Hmmm…”) by Kenn C. Posted in: Blog Posts in HIV & AIDS The original video was removed by YouTube and this one replaced it soon after. Read on »
“Oops” is practically the same in either French or English (now with video!) by Kenn C. Posted in: Blog Posts in HIV & AIDS So I’m on the computer this morning, the TV is on in the other room, when all of a sudden I hear a translator, working for either Public Safety Minister Peter Van Loan or ... Read on »
“Sex With Ducks” creators interviewed; Robertson ‘clarifies’ comments that... by Kenn C. Posted in: Blog Posts in HIV & AIDS CNN’s Jeanne Moos finds out that Pat Robertson was not talking about gay marriage in his reference to ducks a while ago. He was talking against the Mathew Shepard ... Read on »
“Spiritus contra spiritum” – an old favourite by Kenn C. Posted in: Blog Posts in HIV & AIDS Even though I related to them both in isolation, until today I had never made a personal connection between “spiritus contra spiritum” and one of my favourite psalms. ... Read on »
“Still Here: A Post-Cocktail AIDS Anthology” released in Toronto by Kenn C. Posted in: Blog Posts in HIV & AIDS While I was in Montreal last week the anthology containing two of my stories was released in Toronto  and can be purchased here.   Read on »
“You seem like a good fit for the (therapy) group.” Cue pin-drop! by Kenn C. Posted in: Blog Posts in HIV & AIDS During an intake interview for a therapy group I was stopped cold by the question, “Do you have a best friend?” This was asked in the context of establishing what existin ... Read on »
‘Every sperm is sacred’, is it not Pope Benedict! by Kenn C. Posted in: Blog Posts in HIV & AIDS To His Holiness Pope Benedict: Put an extra large condom over your mouth already. In fact, why not stretch it from your chin to your nose! Meanwhile enjoy Monty P ... Read on »
‘What a fraud’ whines Conservative operative Tim Powers by Kenn C. Posted in: Blog Posts in HIV & AIDS Blogging in the Globe and Mail, Tim Powers railed against Elizabeth May. (It’s often a good sign to be on the receiving end of such criticism and the comments which follo ... Read on »
'What a fraud' whines Conservative operative Tim Powers by Kenn C. Posted in: Blog Posts in HIV & AIDS Blogging in the Globe and Mail, Tim Powers railed against Elizabeth May. (It’s often a good sign to be on the receiving end of such criticism and the comments which follow, ... Read on »
1000 words (probably less for a smaller picture) by Kenn C. Posted in: Blog Posts in HIV & AIDS One of the very first outward signs of HIV I bore was seborrheic dermatitis . It was more like a reaction to being told that I had HIV. This has not been a consistent ... Read on »