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The First Few Months: A Transgender Woman Faces an HIV Diagnosis in the Rural U.S.

By Autumn Preusser

Posted: April 2011

Autumn Preusser

Autumn Preusser

On Dec. 10, 2010, Autumn Preusser found out she was HIV positive. Almost immediately, she began channeling her feelings of confusion, frustration and loneliness into a blog she created on Blogspot. The result is reposted here in its entirety. It's an honest, detailed chronicle of an experience all HIV-positive people share, and each person goes through in her or his own way: the first few months of learning to live with HIV.

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