Black Women With Hiv From Down Low Men
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Washington University, St. Louis School of MedicineThe Centers for Disease Control is a great place to start. Go to http://www.cdc.gov and then click on the sites dealing with HIV/AIDS. Another really good source for information regarding HIV in the African-American community can be found at... Read more »
Test Positive Aware NetworkHi there:Your test counselor is correct. HIV does not transmit every time. If he is telling you that he tested negative, it's likely true. However, people can certainly be in the window period and not know it. As for testing, there are other... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello,Why do I always answer questions from men getting blowjobs???? Come on, Sweetie, be fair. I can only answer questions that get submitted. And, as it turns out, there are loads of dudes who get all weirded out after they get their joy sticks... Read more »
Washington University, St. Louis School of MedicineYou have not given me enough information to really make any comments. Do you have HIV? If not, then you are at the wrong site. If you do have HIV, are you on treatment for your HIV? If so, what treatment? What is your CD4 count?A women's normal... Read more »
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Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyThey live on the down low says J.L. King, author of the Down Low.
Well in the African American community this lifestyle is completely off the hook.
These are men who have sex with men and women---whether they are married, have a girlfriend or just a... Read more »
Posted by faithandlove, 1 ReplyHello Everyone, I don't know, but I hope their might be some other women out there in my situation so that we can talk, share, vent, and even scream if we want to about this subject of the "Down Low" men in the African American community.
First, I... Read more »
Posted by keithmk1Spring Party for Straight Men & Women Living with HIV
Saturday, May 1, 7:00 PM - 10:30 PM
Vudu Lounge, 1487 1st Ave., Manhattan (77th & 78th Sts.)
Dance floor, DJ, cash bar, light meal
We'll have the place to ourselves. Cost: $10 at door
RSVP: kei... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 10 RepliesI know that this disease doesn't discriminate. But I feel so alone as a black woman living with this disease. I'm the person in the family that everyone looks up to. I attended the best Universities, have a great career, beautiful home and car... Read more »
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