On February 15, 2016, I was diagnosed HIV, a week later, I was told I had AIDS.
Submitted on : Oct 19, 2017
Over 150 years after its publication, multitudes of us face the same public stigma and degradation due to the diagnosis of HIV.
Submitted on : Oct 2, 2017
Life for me and how I saw the world changed three years ago in April 2015. I remember it like it was yesterday. I had just put my pre-k students on the bus to go home, when I came back to my...
Submitted on : Sep 21, 2017
The aftermath and education... I made it through. I am Clean! Off these drugs taking my serenity from me. I notice as days turn to weeks just what my part in stigma is. I am disappointed I have...
Submitted on : Aug 11, 2017
So the topic today comes to mind after a person reacted completely like a jackass. Uneducated and ignorant. You have to believe that without education of any type your just an ass with a mouth and...
Submitted on : Jul 25, 2017
I have been HIV positive for three years this past April. The way I found out has changed my whole life and I am definitely not the same person I was three years ago.
Submitted on : Jun 28, 2017
Day 3 evening. Left friends, and meeting with David for a small task I said I would help with. Deal was to get dropped off and ride extra bike back home, meet FBI guy, and head out for a bit.
Submitted on : Jun 21, 2017
Day 2 evening. I spent the day in bed, slept till 7 pm. I did some small tasks during day but not much.
Submitted on : Jun 20, 2017
I have been me for forty six years. I have not always liked me, nor liked my actions; looking back I can see #mypassionrunsdeep.
Submitted on : Jun 16, 2017
Upon entering the police vehicle I asked the officer to please let me take my purse so I had my meds, they were very important. I told the officer I was HIV positive and my meds were in the purse. He...
Submitted on : Apr 3, 2017

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