activism, advocacy

“Am divorcing u, I can't live with u anymore” said my husband, whom I married in 2004 (when I was negative and got the virus thru medical negligence – Plz refer to my first blog “ Living with HIV ”)...
Submitted on Jun 20, 2012
Sonya posted a new blog " Let's Applaud Each Other " in Voice from our Allies : Let’s Applaud Each Other Let’s Stand up and Applaud each other …for survival, strength, determination, Purpose, and...
Submitted on Jun 19, 2012
Let's Stand up and Applaud each other…for survival, strength, determination, Purpose, and Destiny…Now, take a look around you…look to your neighbors on your left and now look to your neighbors on the...
Submitted on Jun 19, 2012
Hi everyone, We just wanted to share this short clip of a documentary about A Girl Like Me blogger, Maria Mejia, and her advocacy work and use of social media to promote HIV awareness and prevention...
Submitted on Jun 18, 2012
I want to share this very important message with YOU! The youth! Please, HIV/AIDS is preventable. Your body is your temple and you have to take care of it! Use protection, love yourself and test...
Submitted on Jun 14, 2012
Please welcome a new contributor to our Voices from our Allies page on A Girl Like Me, Sonya Mallard. Please scroll down to view her first blog " Erasing Stigma 1 Church at a Time ", as well as more...
Submitted on Jun 7, 2012
When HIV/AIDS first came out in the public eye, a lot of people of color automatically stigmatized HIV as a gay white disease. So they went around with this notion in their heads that they couldn't...
Submitted on Jun 7, 2012
There were many a times when I often use to sigh and say “Why Me of all people”. What did I do to deserve it? Why should I have to undergo suffering at the cost of others? Worse, why do I have to “...
Submitted on Jun 4, 2012
My sister and I recently attended a volunteer training session with a local AIDS Service Organization (ASO). To be honest, before I became positive, I had no idea what an ASO even was! The training...
Submitted on Jun 1, 2012
I recently encountered the harsh reality of the stigma that goes along with being HIV+ once again. One of my bestest (lol) friends was accused of being HIV+ because she hangs out with me. I often...
Submitted on May 23, 2012

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