Guest Authors

Guest Authors
The Revolving Door is the place where we publish occasional articles by guest writers. If you would like to submit an article for publication, please contact editor Bob Leahy at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The MircroWave List

published: June, 04, 2010 Categories // Guest Authors

I'm so happy to have Nicholas contributing, not only because he is a good friend, but also because he is negative and believes in a world were we together and not held apart.

Nicholas is an accomplished artist and a friend of PositiveLite.com, his art takes on many forms however video is his weapon of choice. His blog can be found at http://www.themixedmessage.blogspot.com/ Editor's note - I'm so happy to have Nicholas contributing, not only because he is a good friend, but also because he is negative and believes in a world were we together and not held apart. Having said that, let me introduce my wonderful and whacky friend Nicholas with amazing feats of microwa

Dogs Are On My Brain

published: June, 11, 2010 Written by // Guest Authors - Revolving Door Categories // Guest Authors

I am almost embarrassed that my second blog has taken so long to write.  I do have a good excuse . . . a new puppy in my life...

I am almost embarrassed that my second blog has taken so long to write.  I do have a good excuse . . . a new puppy in my life; he’s 10 weeks old.  It has been a long time since I had a puppy and I forgot how much work they could be.  Eat, sleep, play, and bathroom breaks, but not always in that order!  He is paper-trained; I take him outside and as soon as we get back inside, he runs to the paper and does his business.  I am sure he will learn soon. His name is T-B

The New Guardian

published: June, 25, 2010 Categories // Guest Authors

Nicholas is an accomplished artist and a friend of PositiveLite.com, his art takes on many forms however video is his weapon of choice.

Nicholas is an accomplished artist and a friend of PositiveLite.com, his art takes on many forms however video is his weapon of choice. His blog can be found at http://www.themixedmessage.blogspot.com/ Editor's note - I'm so happy to have Nicholas contributing, not only because he is a good friend, but also because he is negative and believes in a world were we together and not held apart. It's too bad that in this day I still feel the need to poin tthis out, with the assumptions made that

Playing the HIV Waiting Game

published: July, 02, 2010 Written by // Guest Authors - Revolving Door Categories // Health, Guest Authors

People who are HIV positive have had a long history of playing the HIV ‘waiting game'

People who are HIV positive have had a long history of playing the HIV ‘waiting game’ When HIV was first discovered, we all waited for treatment.  We waited for medications, anything that would help stop the virus from killing us. We waited for doctors who were willing to see us; in the beginning very few were. Some of us waited for death; wanting it to come quickly and rid us of our pain. We waited for our government to respond to the crisis; we waited a long time. We waited for co

Jaded!

published: July, 16, 2010 Written by // Guest Authors - Revolving Door Categories // Arts and Entertainment, Guest Authors

Jade, who stars in her new show at Crews & Tangos, Jaded, which can be caught every Saturday night from 7 until 9.

This week, while PositiveLite.com's one-man show goes to Vienna, I've decided that (strange referring oneself in first and third person) that it's a moment to go lite, and do a little shameless promotion of one of DJ Relentless alter ego Jade Elektra. Jade, who stars in her new show at Crews & Tangos, Jaded, which can be caught every Saturday night from 7 until 9. I personally say that it is a great show that moves along quickly, this can be a rare feat in Toronto. Many of Jade's guests

Employment Change and Health Outcomes in HIV/AIDS (ECHO)

published: August, 05, 2010 Categories // Health, Guest Authors

Thanks to improved medical care and better HIV medications, today many people with HIV are living longer and healthier lives.

[note from editor - I've included this as a guest post, written by the Ontario HIV Treatment Network, whose important study needs to get out there. If you fit the bill and are able to participate, please do!] Thanks to improved medical care and better HIV medications, today many people with HIV are living longer and healthier lives. Many of us are employed or seeking meaningful employment. In doing so, we face challenges associated with living with HIV and finding jobs and workplaces that me

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