Voices from Our Allies Introduction

A Girl Like Me was created so that cis and trans women living with HIV could have a safe space to share their unique experiences. However, we know that The Well Project community extends far beyond women living with HIV, including allies, family and friends, others who are living with HIV who don’t identify as women, healthcare providers, and more. Voices from our Allies is a page created to hear from our extended community who are interested in posting their experiences as it relates to women and HIV. Click below to read the Voices from our Allies blog entries. If you are interested in blogging with us, click here.

Voices from Our Allies

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I found myself working in the field yesterday offering HIV and STI screening in my local community. These outreach initiatives often provide reminders of why I do this work, because I run into people...
Submitted on Jul 27, 2011
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I represent me. This, by all accounts, is a revolutionary statement. If it is at all unclear I will make it plain. I am defining who I am and who I wish to become. Other than the divine being, no one...
Submitted on Jul 13, 2011
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It seems I need to write something today that really captured how I am feeling. I am not feeling HIV today! It is funny how I came to this point since this morning I woke up wanting to shoot a film...
Submitted on Jun 26, 2011
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A lot of my friends will read this blog and when they get to my referencing a movie they may become skeptical because they often doubt my love of movies based on their general belief that I am at war...
Submitted on Jun 13, 2011
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The first ones are the pioneers/ visionaries who often see a world that is different from the one we have now. The firsts are those who often going against the grain and are marked for scrutiny like...
Submitted on May 23, 2011
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"The color of my skin does not automatically identify me." That is what I wish so many of my friends would say as I see countless agencies target their HIV prevention efforts to African Americans but...
Submitted on May 10, 2011

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