I was invited along to a HIV Support Group this month, a Woman’s group. I was asked along because of the Artwork I create and because of the fact that I am ‘Out’ and ‘Proud’ about who I am and how...
Submitted on : Apr 2, 2012
The early morning cool breeze whiffed past my hair when I opened the balcony door. The first ray of the rising sun provided the much needed natural vitamin for my skin. Basking in the sunlit glory,...
Submitted on : Mar 29, 2012
The weekend is almost over and as I sit here still drinking coffee in the middle of the afternoon, I am very thankful for the little things. The birds singing, the sun shining, my children laughing...
Submitted on : Mar 26, 2012
My name is Angela Krebs and I have been HIV+ for almost 21 years. I am 37, married and have 2 children that were planned and are negative. I am from Indianapolis, Indiana. I was searching for...
Submitted on : Mar 20, 2012
Current global statistics state that an estimated 34 million people globally are living with human immunodeficiency virus, the virus that causes AIDS. In the thirty years since the discovery of the...
Submitted on : Mar 16, 2012
Tiffany posts a new blog in our “Voices from our Allies” section: “ The Headline Reads " The headline reads, "HIV Among Black Women 5 times Higher than Previously Thought" It was some of the biggest...
Submitted on : Mar 14, 2012
The headline reads, "HIV Among Black Women 5 times Higher than Previously Thought" It was some of the biggest news in HIV last week. And I'm still not sure how to take it. Yay, I'm excited that I...
Submitted on : Mar 14, 2012
Well I received a reply to my email from Senator Campfield, it was disappointing to say the least. My initial email to Senator Campfield was my first attempt at any type of political activism for HIV...
Submitted on : Feb 27, 2012
Please see my video blog about what alternative treatments I did for the first 10 years without HIV medicine, and what I have been doing for the past 11 years--combining alternative treatment and HIV...
Submitted on : Dec 14, 2011
Tiffany posts a new blog in our "Voices from our Allies" section about World AIDS Day: " In a whisper " I knew I wanted to write something for World AIDS Day but I was actually stuck about what to...
Submitted on : Dec 5, 2011

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