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I was diagnosed with HIV so long ago that it’s hard to imagine living without it at this point. An overview of my mortal journey.
HIV stigma and worries about disclosure were also associated with lower odds of taking treatment as prescribed.
I’ll never forget it. I was a junior in high school. Doing my best to forget my HIV status. Then suddenly, in home room, Magic was on TV...
Plus, as an ambassador for the NBA’s 75th season, Magic Johnson encourages players and fans alike to get COVID-19 vaccinations.
When I was first diagnosed at age 11 in ’87, I decided I’d never talk about HIV. At that same time, Peter and others were fighting for me.
After a blogging break during COVID-19, I realized that telling my story of HIV, addiction and hope helps heal me. So let’s continue…
Actor and singer Billy Porter was honored at an Elizabeth Taylor AIDS fundraiser; his memoir “Unprotected,” arrives next month.
The Well Project interviews Bridgette Picou, CAB member and A Girl Like Me blogger, for our “Spotlight: Women Making a Difference” series.
“To be Black, positive, and woman in the South is to be othered by others." Connie L Johnson shares a blog in honor of #SHAAD
The bill takes effect immediately and makes Illinois the second state, after California, to decriminalize HIV.
In a separate reported case, a man in Mexico City was arrested for nondisclosure after his girlfriend found his HIV meds.
Jonathan Van Ness of “Queer Eye” narrates the Vice TV documentary marking 40 years of the HIV epidemic. It premieres June 2.
“It’s time to put my big boy pants on and talk,” Billy Porter tells The Hollywood Reporter about his HIV status.
In his Pulitzer Prize–winning poetry, Jericho Brown reveals how HIV, race and rape can coexist with joy, lust and love. Plus: three poems.
The Well Project interviews Marissa Gonzalez for our “Spotlight: Women Making a Difference” series.
Monique Howell uses her experience to help those who are newly diagnosed and to also make them aware of unjust HIV criminalization laws.
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