It's been a long time since I've had the time to send something in. I've been working and volunteering a lot the past few years. I get fatigued a lot, but I push myself. I have two peer worker...
Submitted on : Nov 15, 2017
I'm a 17 year advocate. I'm a 47 year old separated mother of 3. I contracted HIV from an ex-boyfriend who was separated from his baby mother; they both were positive and I didn't know about his status.
Submitted on : Oct 18, 2017
As a young girl growing up, my life began with the "normalcy" of being sexually molested by my step-dad, waking to the sounds of seeing him beat my mom
Submitted on : Apr 26, 2017
I am home from the United States Conference on AIDS, and I’m reflecting over how not only was it my first USCA, but it provided me innumerable and invaluable opportunities to expound upon my advocacy...
Submitted on : Sep 23, 2016
Hello! It’s me, Angel S... I have been reading my 500/501 course material (Basics of HIV/AIDS counseling, testing, and linkage course) and I can’t help but want to share about the transformation...
Submitted on : Jul 28, 2016
Hey there folks, My name is Connie Rose and I was living in Indiana during the time I found out I was positive - in a small farming community snug in the hip of the bible belt. I was only 21 years...
Submitted on : Jun 28, 2016
The Well Project interviews Ieshia Scott, Community Advisory Board member and A Girl Like Me blogger, for our "Spotlight: Women Making a Difference" series.
Submitted on : May 14, 2016
This was a text message I received from a participant in a training which I facilitated in 2005. It was a telecommunication peer educator training for staff. It reads: Always, once in each generation...
Submitted on : Mar 3, 2016
The Well Project interviews Arianna Lint, Community Advisory Board member and A Girl Like Me blogger, for our "Spotlight: Women Making a Difference" series.
Submitted on : Mar 2, 2016
This blog was translated from Spanish. Read the original, "Chicas como YO" here . On the 10th of February at the White House in Washington DC, over 20 TransAdvocates / Activists from around the...
Submitted on : Feb 23, 2016

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