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First-Person Stories

Khafre Abif. David Fawcett. Enrique Franco. Mark S. King. Aaron Laxton. Dave R. Justin B. Terry-Smith. Nelson Vergel. Jermaine Wright.

Each of them is a gay or bisexual man living with HIV (some recently diagnosed, some veterans of the HIV community); all (and many more) are bloggers on These impressive men are a testament to the strength -- a strength that lies within each of us -- to stand against stigma and overcome whatever obstacles life tosses in our way.

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Comment by: Earl B. (NEW IBERIA) 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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