A Girl Like Me LIVE

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The Well Project is thrilled to announce the launch of our newest program, A Girl Like Me LIVE!, an interactive, livestreaming series created to advance health and wellness education among women living with and vulnerable to HIV. Taking place every other Wednesday from 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm ET, The Well Project program coordinator Ciarra "Ci Ci" Covin will partner with a variety of co-hosts to chat about key topics in our communities. Each episode will be broadcast live to The Well Project’s Facebook page and YouTube channel

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Upcoming Episodes

Episode 5: Pregnancy and HIV: co-hosted by Ci Ci Covin and Masonia Traylor – July 28, 2021

In this episode of A Girl Like Me LIVE, Ci Ci will talk with Community Advisory Board member Masonia Traylor about pregnancy and HIV. These two powerful advocates will dispel the myths and misinformation that continue today despite decades of science and evidence proving that women living with HIV can have healthy pregnancies. Both Ci Ci and Masonia will share their personal experiences being pregnant while living with HIV—including Ci Ci's current pregnancy!

Future dates and topics of future episodes to be posted here soon. Check back often!

Past Episodes

Episode 4: U = U: co-hosted by Ci Ci Covin and Katie Willingham – July 14, 2021

In the fourth episode of A Girl Like Me LIVE, Ci Ci talked with Community Advisory Board member Katie Willingham about U=U (Undetectable = Untransmittable). These amazing leaders talked about what U=U means to them and the impact that learning about it has had on their lives. They also discussed their experiences sharing the message with others in the community, including providers!

Episode 3: COVID-19 Vaccination: co-hosted by Ci Ci Covin and Gina Brown, RSW – June 30, 2021

In the third episode of A Girl Like Me LIVE, Ci Ci talked with Community Advisory Board Chair Gina Brown, RSW about COVID-19 vaccination. These two inspiring women discussed Gina’s personal experience with the COVID-19 vaccine, clinical trials, vaccine hesitancy, and more.

 

 

Episode 2: Dating and Disclosure: co-hosted by Ci Ci Covin and Marissa Gonzalez – June 16, 2021

In the second episode of A Girl Like Me LIVE, Ci Ci talked with Community Advisory Board Member Marissa Gonzalez about Dating and Disclosure. These two phenomenal leaders described their personal experiences with disclosure along their journeys living with HIV, offered tips for others, and discussed challenges they have faced.

Episode 1: Honoring Long Term Survivors on the 40th Anniversary of HIV/AIDS

The first episode of A Girl Like Me LIVE commemorated both the 40th anniversary of the first reports of what would come to be known as HIV and honor HIV Long-Term Survivors' Day (they share the date of June 5). In our premiere episode, Ci Ci moderated an important conversation among four long-term survivors from our community advisory board (current and emerita): Porchia Dees, Vickie Lynn, Maria Mejia, and Ieshia Scott.

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Disclosure

Brittany 2006's picture

How to disclose your status and when should you disclose to your partner if you guys are not physically sexual active and you're undectable. Is that something you tell everyone you encounter yourself even if they're just friend's?

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It really is a personal

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It really is a personal choice, and should be made within your personal comfort zone. My biggest pice of advice is to always know where you are and how YOU feel about where you are in your status. Not only will other folks will vibe off that a lot and treat you accordingly, but knowing your truth can help take some of the sting out of ignorance. Be well! 

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Disclosing status

ci.ciiiiii's picture

Hiiiiiii Brittany! 

This is always such an interesting conversation. We actually just did an A Girl Like Me LIVE episode on Dating and Disclosure. It was such a good chat! Here is the link: https://www.thewellproject.org/hiv-information/dating-and-hiv

Me, personally, I tell people very quickly. Yet, others choose to wait. There is no right way. Maybe even this Dating and HIV fact sheet can help! https://www.thewellproject.org/hiv-information/dating-and-hiv
 

Best wishes! 
 

Ci Ci 

 

 

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