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Randy Boyd

Randy Boyd here, author of the "Halftime Show" piece. Thanks a million for all your positive comments and for still being alive and here to further enrich the world. Keep dreaming! For more on me or my novels, all featuring Poz main characters, google "Randy Boyd" and "novels."

April 17, 2008

bob

So, ummm is he single???? What a sweetheart!

April 16, 2008 Seattle

Craig

Well I am 45 and I was told back when I was 20. I have to say my family and I do not talk. Not sure weather it is the gay or the POZ thing. Well their loss. I am proud to be me and it is great that so many of us are starting to get out and run with the rest of the world instaed of just staying home alone

April 11, 2008

mick

I found out when i was 27 and now i am 48. I experienced the same fears but now (after a little therapy) I have learned to accept it and move on with my life. Like Dennis I am more concerned now about dying from a stroke or heart attack rather than HIV.

April 10, 2008 Alexandria, VA

kel

i also felt the same way. i was about 25yr when i found out i was hiv+. now i'm 47 and loving life but i'm afraid of what to come. well i be able to afford my meds as a senior citizens.

April 10, 2008 maryland

MrMyke

I'm the same age - same race and same experiences! I never thought about it quite like you put it but thanks. Their is NOTHING Wrong with me. The world needs to recognize! Thanks for sharing.

April 10, 2008 Philadelphia

Dennis Moore

I too seroconverted at 23 in 1980 (perhaps 1979). Hence I have actually lived longer with the virus than without. Now with all that I've managed to survive and deal with it seems a bit ironic that increasing my concerns are that I'm more likely to die of a stroke, heart attack, or some such old-fogey-sorta-thing. Who'da thunk?!

April 10, 2008 Seattle

Julio Maldonado

hey there i dont know your name, but i just loved how did you tell us what happened with you and the most important, what is happening with you today after all these years feeling that stigma around you that's cool and you are cool...!

April 10, 2008 Chicago

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