A Girl Like Me

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A Girl Like Me (AGLM), a program of The Well Project, is a blog where women across the gender spectrum 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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Every moment in life, no matter how beautiful or horrific, can be silver. A glimmer. That's like faith.

I thank God because now there are so many places where they support us—people with HIV. The workshops they offer and the tools they provide, give us a chance to lead a normal life.

HIV is a virus in my body. HIV is not me. Lupus is not me. Cancer and addiction are not me. They all played a part who I am today.

The free 10-week playwriting workshops take place virtually every Tuesday and Thursday from 5-6:30pm EST, from September 19th - December 1st. Write It Out! is only for people living with HIV. No writing experience is needed to apply. Strict confidentiality is given to all applicants.

Are you talented and never let HIV stigma stand in your way? We are looking for talents to share their experience during World AIDS day on the 1st of December 2024.

I want to update everyone that has helped me find my way. To some a blog is just looking for attention. I read the blogs and become inspired. I'm never beat until I quit trying. It's been a week in...

I am very proud to be delivering a workshop at AIDS 2024, the International AIDS Conference in Munich, about mindfulness, stress reduction and emotional balance. If you're going to the conference, pop by and say hello.

It's been almost a week. Homeless yet happy and safe. I really put myself out there by calling the cops on my roommates Sunday. The police wouldn't let me press charges. God has been good. I believe it when my...

I'm constantly educating people. People that should know, don't. They grew up when the HIV epidemic started. So, I share my story because I want to help people. WE NEED TO TALK ABOUT HIV.

During the last two and a half years I have been silent, my voice quiet and non existent. I misunderstood what the courts were saying to me. Today I adjust my sail and scream so I can clear my throat...