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As we enter into 2024, we are excited to share the 10 most viewed A Girl Like Me blogs of 2023. The countdown starts now!
La realidad para nosotros, en el ámbito de la financiación entorno al VIH/SIDA, es la desconcertante tendencia que ha surgido...
The reality of us, in the realm of HIV/AIDS funding, is a disconcerting trend has emerged— a quiet exodus of funders who seem to be turning a blind eye to the critical issues faced by trans-led and Latinx groups from funders and projects.
It doesn't have to be perfect to be just right. If not art, some hobby or venture that allows you to be in a moment that is not tied to HIV, or responsibility to anyone but yourself.
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...
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...
Living with HIV, my biggest fear isn't the virus itself; it's the fear of losing control over my own narrative.
It doesn't matter how you became positive; what matters is how you live your positive life.