Favoring pseudoscientific content, the magazine addressed issues related to HIV/AIDS, AIDS denialism, alternative medicine, and themes of interest to the LGBT community. It ran from December 1992 until February 2001, ceasing publication because both the editors had died of AIDS-defining clinical conditions.

Continuum was created in December 1992 by Jody Wells (March 12, 1947 – August 26, 1995) in London, United Kingdom. It ceased publication in 2001, after all the editors died from AIDS-defining clinical conditions,[2] leaving debts of over £14,000.[3] The magazine last appeared in print in 1998 and then surfaced again in February 2001 on the Internet.[3] It was initially published bimonthly, then began to be published seasonally.