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Stigma is deadlier than the disease itself, and the top driver of HIV stigma, in my opinion, is the church.
It doesn't matter how you became positive; what matters is how you live your positive life.
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.
I've told my story a ton of times about what led to me contracting HIV. I was always cautious as to not say certain things that could point to the person I contracted from or even more tell a story that wasn't mine to tell
In this profound journey through the shadows, I've witnessed the evolution of our complex relationship with HIV and our quest for healing – my mother's and mine.
I recently had a deep dive regarding U=U with a writer from POZ Magazine and what it means to me as a Latina living with HIV.
My decision to openly share my HIV status at the age of 23 was not about seeking attention but about filling a critical gap in the conversation.
Sigue luchando, paso a pasito. ¿No puedes hacerlo tú sola? Busca ayuda...
Keep fighting. Take it one step at a time. Can't do it by yourself? Seek help.