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Hi! I am Erika Castellanos. I am a transgender woman living with HIV from Belize. (You don’t know where Belize is? Psst!! Belize is a small English speaking country in Central America!) I am co-...
Submitted on Jan 20, 2016
Hola! Mi nombre es Erika Castellanos. Soy una mujer Trans de Belice. (¿No sabes dónde está localizado Belice? (Psst!! Belice es un pequeño país anglo-parlante en Centro América!) Soy fundadora y...
Submitted on Jan 20, 2016
I was invited as one of the special guest speakers to the women's forum of the International Church of Christ Abuja in Waru community, Abuja. Theme: Your Wealth, Your Health Abosede (Bose) Oladayo,...
Submitted on Dec 11, 2015
Cuando fui invitada por Poject Zero a presentar en Fort Walton Beach en la Positive Living Conference 2015, fue oportunidad para mi cuando tuve oportunidad en pedir ayuda para mi comunidad transgénero en Broward County
Submitted on Nov 29, 2015
It's such a recurring theme that I have to calm down before actually sitting down to blog. I have to make it known that even I face adversity and people should realize that I am a person. I'm humbly...
Submitted on Nov 26, 2015
Yesterday, Charlie Sheen announced to Matt Lauer on the Today show that he was in fact a person living with HIV. Rumors had been circulating in the tabloids that an A-list celebrity was suspected of...
Submitted on Nov 19, 2015
What a proud moment when I was selected to be a part of the very deep campaign for Greater than AIDS for women, HIV, Trauma, Domestic violence and Intimate partner violence.
Submitted on Oct 20, 2015
This is going to be a blog of gratitude for my sisters, cisgender and transgender alike. I am humbled by the genuine care and concern that my sisters have shown me in what has quickly proved to be the most traumatic event of my life.
Submitted on Sep 28, 2015
Well where do I start? It is no secret that I have been going through one of the toughest times of my life. I thought I may not be able to go, but how can I cancel when they gave me a partial...
Submitted on Sep 16, 2015
India is very conservative and orthodox when it comes to HIV. In most areas (except in Mumbai) it is considered as a "taboo" topic, especially in rural areas.
Submitted on Sep 9, 2015

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