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It's crucial to recognize that HIV doesn't discriminate based on gender identity, yet society often does.
Love has a curious way of defying our expectations and leading us down uncharted paths. My journey with Maximo is a testament to this unpredictability, a story of love, acceptance, and personal growth that challenged my beliefs and ultimately enriched my life.
Have you ever had a dilemma where you had to choose between what is best for you as a person or for us a HIV community? Last week I had to make such a choice.
I'm willing to make the mistakes. It may not feel good when I do, however I learn so much from those mistakes.
Meet up with yourself in a whole new way. Change is hard and worth it.
Life gives you chances, and you have to take advantage of them... HIV made me stronger. It empowered me even more.
You know what? People living with HIV are not your tokens! We demand respect for the organizations that serve us to practice MIPA and GIPA! The more that I observe the guts of AIDS Inc., the more...
I am here to share the great news that I'M EXPECTING!!! Of course, some of you reading this may have known that already, LOL!
Those of us aging with HIV need to make our voices heard. When we are asked about our experiences, we need to be honest about what we are experiencing because polite responses and silence will not get us anywhere.