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As I approach my 17th year of living with HIV, I can clearly hear God's voice, I'm happy to hear his voice, I realize how much more painful it was not being able to hear it.
Getting closer to 2024 is a great moment to use a poem to reflect and to compliment ourselves on our fight to end HIV stigma and discrimination.
Having navigated the challenges of living with HIV, I've experienced firsthand the stigma and misconceptions surrounding this virus.
Hello my lovely people, Today we are celebrating World AIDS Day. Being part of the HIV community I try to contribute in as many ways as possible to fight HIV stigma and discrimination. So as HIV...
Sex and intimacy were robbed from me such a long time ago that I've forgotten how beautiful and miraculous my own body as a woman is.
The human immunodeficiency virus is life altering, scary and confusing. And yet, I can't honestly say I hate it all the time.
Discovering my HIV diagnosis was an unexpected turn that reshaped my life's trajectory.
My name is Nitanita. I’m California-born and raised, 55 years old, Black, single, and have two adult kids and two grandkids. I'm a professional currently working in field of behavioral/mental health...
Did you know getting dressed up is a form of self-care? I literally did not think of it as self-care until now.