A Girl Like Me (AGLM) is a program of The Well Project and is an online “blog” where women of all ages can share their stories and promote understanding of HIV through online storytelling. There are millions of women around the globe who are living with HIV and AIDS, yet many feel they are alone in their disease and isolated in the experiences they go through each day. The goals of AGLM are to help normalize HIV and AIDS in women and girls, and create a safe space for women living with HIV from around the world to speak out and share their experience of what it is to live life with HIV.

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Sexual relationships amongst sero-discordant couples

There is a great emphasis to educate people living with HIV in India, in terms of not only knowledge regarding HIV/AIDS but also to understand their medicines, read laboratory results, how to better care for themselves and how to lead a healthy life – mentally, physically, emotionally (and spiritually). I have come across a doctor who suggests...

I'm a Grown Woman…

"I remember being young and so brave
I knew what I needed
I was spending all my nights and days laid back day dreaming
Look at me—I'm a big girl now, said I'm gon' do something
Told the world I would paint this town
Now betcha I run...

Transformation/Transformación

This is the physical transformation I had.

First pic I was a little girl that felt loved and cared for by her mother…At the same time this little girl was getting molested by her uncle and grew up being told she was worthless and that she would never amount to anything. Whore was a...

A Call to Action...One Step at a Time

Got results today, not for bloods but from my annual cervical smear; all good, as usual. I dutifully go every year to follow recommended procedure because of my status. Staring at the familiar flowers on the ceiling at my local GUM clinic I have a kind of epiphany, "HIV is for life, not just...

HIV/AIDS Treatment: Big Issues in Nigeria

As a person who shares in this epidemic, it is becoming more worrisome and frightening for many people living with the HIV virus in Nigeria.

I remember some years back in the early 2000s, we were buying ARVs and paying for medical investigations. Most people could not afford it because the majority of PLWHA were out...

Once Upon a Dream…

In my previous blogs I spoke a lot about what life was like being diagnosed with HIV. I spoke of the shame and guilt I felt along with the shame people placed upon me because of this disease. I hated my fate, I hated the man and I hated me. I stopped living, dreaming...

Transformative processes

I've been silent for awhile now. The silence has been a lack of inspiration and feeling like I had nothing to contribute to the conversation.  Well, last week I went to USCA in San Diego for the first time in a very long time and got a wealth of information and inspiration. Now I...

A Girl Like Me…No really!

It's been a while since my last writing. I have been consumed with new horizons and just living my life.  One of the highlights was being able to attend the PWN's SPEAK UP conference. Let me tell you, the connection I have been missing was found in that room. I am so amped up to get...

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Sexual relationships amongst sero-discordant couples

There is a great emphasis to educate people living with HIV in India, in terms of not only knowledge regarding HIV/AIDS but also to understand their medicines, read laboratory results, how to better care for themselves and how to lead a healthy life – mentally, physically, emotionally (and spiritually). I have come across a doctor who suggests...

I'm a Grown Woman…

"I remember being young and so brave
I knew what I needed
I was spending all my nights and days laid back day dreaming
Look at me—I'm a big girl now, said I'm gon' do something
Told the world I would paint this town
Now betcha I run...

Transformation/Transformación

This is the physical transformation I had.

First pic I was a little girl that felt loved and cared for by her mother…At the same time this little girl was getting molested by her uncle and grew up being told she was worthless and that she would never amount to anything. Whore was a...

A Call to Action...One Step at a Time

Got results today, not for bloods but from my annual cervical smear; all good, as usual. I dutifully go every year to follow recommended procedure because of my status. Staring at the familiar flowers on the ceiling at my local GUM clinic I have a kind of epiphany, "HIV is for life, not just...

HIV/AIDS Treatment: Big Issues in Nigeria

As a person who shares in this epidemic, it is becoming more worrisome and frightening for many people living with the HIV virus in Nigeria.

I remember some years back in the early 2000s, we were buying ARVs and paying for medical investigations. Most people could not afford it because the majority of PLWHA were out...

Once Upon a Dream…

In my previous blogs I spoke a lot about what life was like being diagnosed with HIV. I spoke of the shame and guilt I felt along with the shame people placed upon me because of this disease. I hated my fate, I hated the man and I hated me. I stopped living, dreaming...

Transformative processes

I've been silent for awhile now. The silence has been a lack of inspiration and feeling like I had nothing to contribute to the conversation.  Well, last week I went to USCA in San Diego for the first time in a very long time and got a wealth of information and inspiration. Now I...

A Girl Like Me…No really!

It's been a while since my last writing. I have been consumed with new horizons and just living my life.  One of the highlights was being able to attend the PWN's SPEAK UP conference. Let me tell you, the connection I have been missing was found in that room. I am so amped up to get...

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