Hello, my name is Taj Gray and I am an African-American woman living with HIV. I hail from Chicago, Illinois, and I am a military brat. I've lived in California, Virginia, and I currently reside in...
Submitted on : Jun 2, 2023
I found it incredibly therapeutic to hear and relate to the women who have posted before me here, and have found a lot of healing from putting my thoughts in writing. My hope is to help the next woman not feel so alone.
Submitted on : Feb 17, 2023
My name is Johana Quesada and I am a stay at home mom, HIV activist, artist and breathwork facilitator based in Dallas, Texas.
Submitted on : Feb 3, 2023
As part of a collaboration with our longtime partner organization Christie's Place , The Well Project will be sharing stories from their book "Healing Hope: A woven tapestry of strength and solace"...
Submitted on : Jan 30, 2023
Ashley Nicole Richardson is a young African American Woman with an ambition like none other. Ashley has always had a passion for helping those in her community.
Submitted on : Jan 5, 2023
To celebrate World Aids Day 2022, Inyambo Stars together with RBP+ (an association of People living with HIV) organized the "Stop HIV stigma show" in the commune of Gihanga on the 3rd of December. I was very privileged to support them to organise this show for the third time.
Submitted on : Dec 7, 2022
I am the first deputy director for The Well Project and would like to take the opportunity to introduce myself. I identify as a Mexican mujer , immigrant, and a Southern California girl through and through. I am the mother of a 3-year old ray of sunshine, a loving and loved spouse, a sister, and an eldest daughter. I am also a lifelong survivor of HIV.
Submitted on : Oct 12, 2022
Dear young person who has gone public... Take it easy on yourself. Don't be hard on yourself. Do practice self-love. When I went public with my status, I received overwhelming response from young...
Submitted on : Sep 19, 2022
HIV/AIDS activist, advocate, mother, and wife born with HIV, Kimberly grew up unaware that she was living with HIV until a week before her 10th birthday. Both of her parents passed from AIDS...
Submitted on : Sep 17, 2022
This blog was not easy to write… Yes, HIV took my motherhood… Back in those times when I was diagnosed, we had no medicine. At least, I didn't have any access to treatment in Colombia, my country...
Submitted on : Aug 31, 2022