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A Girl Like Me (AGLM), a program of The Well Project, is a blog where women ( cis and trans What does this mean? ) can share their experiences and promote understanding of HIV. Millions of women around the globe are living with HIV, yet many feel they are alone in their disease and isolated in their day-to-day experiences. The goals of AGLM are to help normalize HIV; and to create a safe space for women living with HIV from around the world to speak out and share their experiences – with each other, and with those seeking a support community.

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Lovinglife101's picture
Jun 28, 2010
I acquired HIV in 1985 from my fiancé who use to shoot dope as a teen in New York. What a gift he gave me. I spent the next few years in a drunken, coked out haze of parties and hangovers. I made a...
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Jun 28, 2010
Recently, we received an email from a young man named Jesse who asked our permission to use information he found on The Well Project website for a Powerpoint presentation he put together on HIV...
katie06's picture
Jun 21, 2010
Sometimes, I feel like I’m living a lie. I live my “picture-perfect” life with my house in the suburbs, husband, child and career. Meanwhile, I’m fighting an inner battle, an even bigger battle than...
jae001's picture
Jun 17, 2010
- jae001
Things are busy lately around my house. We are getting ready to move in 2 weeks. I feel this is the best move for our family. You are all in my thoughts. I am getting ready to participate in some of...
linda1st's picture
Jun 2, 2010
I am chronically and totally exhausted most of the time. I haven't had much to say lately, but you are all in my thoughts! I am just so tired. Depression is part of it. When I was younger, I had...
katie06's picture
May 24, 2010
Well I though long and hard about what you ladies had to say and I agreed. When my husband and I die, I want to leave my son with a sibling to love and help comfort. So my husband and I decided to...
jae001's picture
May 20, 2010
- jae001
I really never was afraid of dying. I was afraid of leaving my children orphans. I have different fears today. I worry that my children learn from my mistakes. I hope that they will live their lives...
Shabazzel's picture
May 19, 2010
Dear Friends, Some of you here may be able to relate to this article more than others, particularly if you have a child or family member who is incarcerated, as I do. My son Salim, is 40 years old (a...
sharonm10's picture
May 17, 2010
Some days I feel at peace, some days I feel the anger, the fear and the sadness when I think about my condition. But I know that what’s important is to live in the moment. To face reality head on. My...
tatty2gud's picture
May 11, 2010
It was supposed to be another date, with another guy, no strings attached (coz it hurts so much), but no, God had his own plans for this date. I went into auto pilot when it was my turn to talk about...

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