Logan Voxx: Positive Young People Foundation
By Robert Breining
March 6, 2012
Sunday February 26th at 9pm EST, we spoke with Logan Voxx on POZ I AM Radio. Logan Voxx is the president and CEO of the PYP Foundation based in Los Angeles, CA. He is an award-winning songwriter and aspiring music mogul. He is a small retail business owner also.
Logan Voxx has been distinguished as a 2011 OUT100 honoree. He has been involved in philanthropy since he was 21 using his success to give back to communities that need it most. He founded PYP Foundation at only 21.
The PYP Foundation is dedicated to decreasing the spread of HIV infections by encouraging the nation's youth to make positive choices. PYP encourages HIV education and prevention to address some of the most intimate aspects of a young person's life during a critical stage of development. PYP believes that HIV prevention is fundamentally about communication, healthy choices and self-awareness.
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I describe myself as a "positive person with purpose." My goal is to help people living with HIV/AIDS discover similarities in each other ... and form friendships. I want to ease the shock of a diagnosis and remind people that our dreams are not infected. I am also an HIV/AIDS cyber-activist, radio show host, blogger and social network guru.
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