Gay Men and HIV/AIDS: Where to Turn for Information and Advice
Take a deep breath. Don't hang your head. Reach out for support. You're not alone.
Over the years on TheBody.com, dozens of gay men living with HIV/AIDS, or working in the HIV/AIDS field, have shared their experiences and advice with those who may have just gotten their diagnosis. Check out the links below for samplings of wisdom from a diverse range of men in our community.
Comment by: Earl B.
Fri., Dec. 24, 2010 at 1:00 pm EST
I had lots of lovers who had aids and some is no longer with us.I still don't have hiv/aids.My lover to been have it for 14th years.I dont leave him because i loved him from day one.
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