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 a wife and mother of six children, one who was born with HIV over 27 years ago, and have been living with HIV myself for over 30 years.
Submitted on : Apr 24, 2017
My name is Arianna Lint and I am the Executive Director of a local trans advocacy and service organization Arianna's center. I wear many hats
Submitted on : Sep 28, 2016
As far as my advocacy is concerned, I firmly believe there is no big I and little You. I recently attended the Desiree Alliance Conference in New Orleans, LA from July 10-14 although the conference officially ended on July 15.
Submitted on : Jul 27, 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
I was born into a large family consisting of my parents and five brothers. A hardworking, close-knit family where we were taught very young the importance of RESPECT, SOCIAL JUSTICE, EQUALITY, the importance of SHARING, TOLERANCE and LOVE.
Submitted on : Feb 10, 2016
As 2015 draws to a close, I can't help but reflect on this year and dream about the upcoming year, 2016. One of my biggest accomplishments in 2015 was a new job. My previous job was well aware of my...
Submitted on : Jan 5, 2016
It's such a recurring theme that I have to calm down before actually sitting down to blog. I have to make it known that even I face adversity and people should realize that I am a person. I'm humbly...
Submitted on : Nov 26, 2015
The Well Project interviews Tiommi Jenae Luckett, Community Advisory Board member and A Girl Like Me blogger.
Submitted on : Oct 2, 2015
India is very conservative and orthodox when it comes to HIV. In most areas (except in Mumbai) it is considered as a "taboo" topic, especially in rural areas.
Submitted on : Sep 9, 2015

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