Plus catches up with Masonia Traylor and Ciarra "Ci Ci" Covin, the main two subjects of the film Unexpected.
The Well Project is thrilled to co-sponsor this series of webinars discussing needs and concerns specific to people who have lived with HIV for many years around the research towards a cure for HIV.
Charles Sanchez and The Well Project's stakeholder liaison, Bridgette Picou, discuss the groundbreaking work at The Well Project, challenges that all women across the gender spectrum and nonbinary folks face when it comes to HIV issues, and more.
A new study shows positive health outcomes for three living kidney transplant donors with HIV – including A Girl Like Me blogger Nina Martinez, the first-ever US person living with HIV to donate a kidney to another person living with HIV.
On Wednesday, June 28, 2023, The Well Project held the 29th episode of A Girl Like Me LIVE for a discussion on women, sexuality, and HIV co-hosted by Ciarra "Ci Ci" Covin and community advisory board member Marnina Miller.
As part of our program Women Like Us – Aging Positively, The Well Project is excited to announce a new group on Facebook. This group provides women across the gender spectrum with a space to talk about their journey, share open dialogue, and ask the questions that matter as we age with HIV.
The Well Project's stakeholder liaison, Bridgette Picou, LVN, ACLPN is joined by long-time The Well Project collaborator and fierce advocate, Gina Brown, RSW to discuss different types of loneliness, factors unique to women that can increase these feelings, and the importance of building community as we age with HIV.
Physician Lealah Pollock, M.D., and advocate Ciarra "Ci Ci" Covin explain how recent changes to U.S. perinatal HIV guidelines reveal an important shift in how we fundamentally approach the clinician-patient relationship with pregnant and infant-feeding people who are living with HIV.
A Girl Like Me LIVE creator/host Ciarra "Ci Ci" Covin is joined by community advisory board member and pleasure guru Kim Canady in an interactive, candid conversation about sexual pleasure in the lives of women living with HIV.
This interactive discussion explored what contributes to scarce knowledge about women's experiences of living with HIV, how women can get involved in research, and more.
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I joined the A Girl Like Me blog and that blog is where I talked about my diagnosis for the first time publicly. For women and girls and feminine-identified individuals around the world, many of us may be in places where HIV education and other types of education aren't readily available. I really love The Well Project as a place for that.