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HIV and women
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.
“It is funny how one day you wake up and feel like everything has changed.” Meet our new “A Girl Like Me” blogger, Janine!
Meet our new “A Girl Like Me” blogger!
For her 50th birthday, the Well Project’s founder Dawn Averitt reflects on getting older and how living with HIV has given her perspective.
Our upcoming “Breastfeeding and HIV: What We Know and Considerations for Informed Choices” helps sort out fact from fiction.
Participate in The Well Project’s “Your Voice Counts!” 2018 Survey!
With the election just days away, The Well Project urge their community and partner networks to vote and to engage others to vote.
Wanona Thomas looks at how she—a strong, smart, independent woman—could end up in an abusive relationship, and how she moved on.
For most of her adult life, HIV advocate Gina Brown identified as a heterosexual woman. Here’s how she overcame stigma to live in her truth.
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