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
My name is Lilian from Kenya. I am 37 years old. As a young lady I always had the dream in life just like any other person to have a good education and start my family.
Submitted on : Sep 8, 2017
I will try to explain with humility and respect the reason why it hurts us to deny the truth and not support the science that says that undetectable = untransmittable. This was a response to a person...
Submitted on : Aug 23, 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
Today July 24, 2017 is a historic day! What was hidden from us came to the light today! It was hidden for almost 10 years. We pretty much joined together and put pressure. This was demanded by us and...
Submitted on : Jul 25, 2017
What is "Undetectable Equals Untransmittable"--and what does it mean for women living with HIV? Learn more about this groundbreaking discovery, and the worldwide campaign to spread the word about it.
Submitted on : Jul 11, 2017
How can you preach that you are a Christian and at the same time say that health is a privilege? How can you really not see health as a human right? So, the Poor that cannot pay for health care...
Submitted on : Jul 10, 2017
For that ignorant woman who is positive according to her, who is not updated on stigmatizing language and wrote to Li about me…
Submitted on : Jun 23, 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

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