Thinking about my story. What really is my story? I grew up in Chicopee, Mass. I have my GED. I have a daughter, I buried a son, I was a dancer for 12 years, and have had my battles with self, life, love, etc.
Submitted on : Sep 27, 2016
Is there something about me that suggests that I am a peacock? Definitely, even then you could not miss that I was brought up to be a proud woman.
Submitted on : Sep 21, 2016
After reading Tiommi Luckett's blog It's Time for Change I was not even a bit surprised. Yet this brings much concern to me about how all of us living with HIV, no matter our undetectable status, our...
Submitted on : Sep 19, 2016
This is my true life story with HIV that I would like to share with you.
Submitted on : Sep 9, 2016
The trans* community is a key demographic in the fight to end new HIV transmissions, yet there are several barriers that prevent trans* people from being tested for HIV and keep us from accessing medical care.
Submitted on : Sep 6, 2016
When I made the decision to get clean and sober, I found out six months later that I was HIV+. I made another decision as soon as I found out that I was not going to allow HIV to become an excuse to...
Submitted on : Sep 1, 2016
Yesterday I posted to my Facebook page… "People try to shame me for living with HIV, FUCK I'M NOT THE ONE SPREADING IT. I am safer than all the other men and women you are with. Test, ladies, because...
Submitted on : Aug 19, 2016
I am A Positive Woman: Till there is a cure I will always be...
Submitted on : Aug 12, 2016
As I continue to learn myself, I continue to grow as an individual thus becoming more available as an advocate for HIV. I was picking and choosing the people I would be honest with and whom I would...
Submitted on : Aug 10, 2016
My Name Is Sophie Jayawardene and this is my story.
Submitted on : Aug 9, 2016

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