A Girl Like Me

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A Girl Like Me (AGLM), a program of The Well Project, is a blog where women ( cis and trans ) can share their experiences and promote understanding of HIV. Millions of women around the globe are living with HIV, yet many feel they are alone in their disease and isolated in their day-to-day experiences. The goals of AGLM are to help normalize HIV; and to create a safe space for women living with HIV from around the world to speak out and share their experiences – with each other, and with those seeking a support community.

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Despite all of the stigma and misinformation surrounding HIV, I managed to find myself again. I managed to talk about my experience. I managed to create a safe space within myself, for not only myself but for everyone else around me, no matter what life throws at them.

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Hi all! I had the pleasure of being featured on SEGGS TALK RADIO podcast and want to share the recording with you all. This is a raw and unedited talk about sex, HIV,stigma and more. I felt it was important...

This will be one of my hardest blogs I've ever written. I know it's a very delicate subject and I wish no offense to anyone, but my truth is my truth and my views on this subject are not for...

My lovely people, The talk of ending HIV and AIDS has been going for ages, are we really going to end HIV and AIDS by 2030? To answer this question, we must ask ourselves what actions do we take in...

The holidays seem like a blur to me. Festive, family, togetherness, and joy overload but then it ended just as quickly as it began. I think we should definitely extend the feeling, melodies, and good will throughout the year because...

Are you a woman/femme living with HIV who would like to receive a handmade card on Valentine's Day as part of our LOVE POSITIVE WOMEN program?

I started my addiction to drugs when I was 14. I never had a problem with my family at home so that wasn't really a reason I started to use drugs. It was the opposite because my family was working...

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.

Painting of woman's face by Bridgette Picou.

I saw a posting today calling for artists to work with scientists in collaboration to have art reflect the process of the science of HIV for a conference. It's a cool idea on several levels. It's only open to people...

HIV Science as Art is an exhibit that will highlight new and innovative science through art during the AIDS 2024 Conference in Munich, Germany.