To observe National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (#NWGHAAD), we presented As We See It: Wisdom and the Unique Experiences of Women Born with HIV – an interactive session led by women who grew up living with HIV.
Submitted on : Mar 12, 2021
Given that we are in February, which is not only Black History month but also the month of LOVE, I felt compelled to share this message with y'all.
Submitted on : Feb 23, 2021
I saw a meme that read, "When a photographer can't change a scene, he changes his angles and lens to capture the best of that scene. Similarly, when you can't change a situation in your life, change your perspective to make the best of that situation."
Submitted on : Dec 21, 2020
I have not known a life without HIV. In the era of U=U and PrEP, I feel myself navigating the stigma of HIV at an increased volume. The more people living with HIV attempt to escape the stigmas...
Submitted on : Sep 14, 2020
My 33rd birthday just passed on December 5th, 2019 and I have been doing a lot of reflecting.
Submitted on : Dec 16, 2019
When I was born April of 1985, there was no test, no way of treating it and very little information about what it was. All they knew was that HIV was a murderer.
Submitted on : Dec 6, 2019
I was 11 years old when my mother and sister finally told me my mom had AIDS, my father had AIDS and I was born HIV+.
Submitted on : Nov 5, 2019
Porchia Dees was born HIV positive in 1986 in San Bernardino, CA. At the time there were no HIV medical specialists in her area so she had to be transferred all the way to Children’s Hospital, Los...
Submitted on : Mar 5, 2019
I named this blog "Back to Back" as a wordplay on Drake's "Back to Back," as I literally went to two conferences back to back.
Submitted on : Oct 7, 2016
This is my true life story with HIV that I would like to share with you.
Submitted on : Sep 9, 2016