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My partner is HIV negative. I’m HIV positive. We feel like it is very important for everyone to know their status.
A day (or a week and some change) in the life of a positoid living with hemophilia.
Guest blog entry by Vaughn Ripley, one of my “blood brothers” in the hemophilia community. We all lost a friend in Barry Haarde this month
Merce tackles the many issues surrounding living with HIV with humor and grace. The song, Your Cure, epitomizes the heart of the series.
Kenneth Cole’s recent dealings with AmfAR make it clear that the time for change is now.
Left Charlottesville to have a relaxing weekend in Las Vegas. Was up the Strip from the Mandalay Bay when the news hit.
My hometown made the national news last weekend. Here’s what this town means to me.
On June 30, 1985, a school official refused Ryan White’s admittance into Middle School. The way Ryan responded changed the world.
Tuesday, June 27 is National HIV Testing Day. Here are a few reasons why knowing your status is important.
My latest album, The Love of Your Life, is all about coming of age, love, loss and survival. And is dedicated to POZ founder, Sean Strub.
I wonder how Trump’s administration will affect myself and others living with HIV.
Merce is up for a POZ Award. Co-creator and star of the web series, Charles Sanchez, hopes to raise enough money to make Season 2 a reality.
Remembering those who are not here on the “Day of the Dead”.
This year has been all about making music- and trying to keep tabs on my ever-changing mood.
We have until midnight to help save Merce Season 2, and Charles explains why the series is so important to him. And the HIV community.
Charles Sanchez and Tyne Firmin scored a hit with their web series, Merce. Now they are gearing up for Season 2 and need our help.
Stephen Gendin’s name will be inscribed in the Circle of Friends at the AIDS Memorial Grove. The fundraiser that made this happen.
There are still people who believe that HIV is transmitted through kissing. What I did on Facebook to combat that.
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