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HIV and women
The Well Project asked A Girl Like Me blogger Heather O’Connor about breastfeeding as a woman living with HIV in the United States.
The Well Project Leadership Exchange is a new series connecting thoughtleaders in the HIV community.
We asked participants and presenters at the #AIDS2020Virtual what was compelling to them about the gathering. Here are their responses.
This is a call-to-action to other white people: stop looking away, stop hiding, and start being part of the change.
The Well Project has compiled a list of trusted resources we believe can be useful to our community during this unprecedented global event
We will get through this trying time together. It is important to remember that we are stronger as a community than alone.
In honor of #NWGHAAD, we are excited to present our first WATCH! advocacy webinar of 2020!
People with HIV can have loving relationships and great sex with HIV-negative partners.
Gina Brown shares her fears about the future of Roe v Wade, her personal experience with abortion, and what being Pro-Choice means to her.
How do current HIV and breastfeeding guidelines impact women’s lives? We convened a session with community experts at USCA 2019 to discuss.
The Well Project is thrilled to announce that our 2018-2019 survey, Together We Are…Making an Impact is now available.
Deciding how to feed your infant can be confusing for parents with HIV. Read about benefits & risks of several options for nourishing a baby
Red shares her frustration about the lack of HIV knowledge among nursing students she teaches and explains a nurse’s role in reducing stigma
Porchia shares the complexities of dating, disclosure, intimacy, and relationships as a young woman living with HIV
In honor of NWGHAAD, join The Well Project for their webinar, Women, Gender, and Sexuality: Identity, Attraction, Connection, and Community”
Janine Brignola shares her mantra on not allowing herself to be ashamed of her HIV status despite the world telling her that she should be.
Ciarra shares a story about how she turned lemons into lemonade when encountering people’s fear of her talking about HIV to young girls.
Activist and blogger Maria Mejia opens up about the trials and tribulations she endured in 2018 and the optimism she has for 2019.
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