Navigating the Intersection: My Journey with HIV as a Transgender Latina living in the South of USA


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Living with HIV is a unique journey, filled with challenges that often go beyond the medical aspects of the condition. As a transgender woman of color, or also any non-binary individual, the experience has been shaped by a complex interplay of factors that highlight the intersectionality of HIV and gender identity.

One of the significant difficulties faced by non-binary and transgender individuals living with HIV is the societal stigma that surrounds both their gender identity and health status. The double stigma can lead to isolation, discrimination, and a profound sense of vulnerability. It's crucial to recognize that HIV doesn't discriminate based on gender identity, yet society often does. Continue reading...

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