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The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHi,OK, uncross everything, I'm answering and your worries are unwarranted! Why worry so much about a one centimeter "red smear" on your finger? It's more likely to be Ketchup or jungle red fingernail polish than HIV-tainted... Read more »
Psychotherapist and AuthorThere is not a reason in the world why you SHOULD tell anyone other than sex partners that you have HIV. If you are not having medical problems that necessitate your work place making accommodations for you as per the Americans With Disabilities... Read more »
WorkPositive, Inc.What a challenge! Singapore is indeed a difficult case. You do not necessarily need to disclose your diagnosis. You can tell your employer that Singapore is refusing to renew your work permit for medical reasons and ask to be located out of... Read more »
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Posted by windycitypozdude, 2 Replieshey everyone! i have always been a "working out," active kind of guy, and always been interested in getting bigger/more muscular, etc. i shy away from the term "bodybuilding" as for me that conjures notions of drug-enhanced muscularity that is... Read more »
Posted by kuanRC, 6 RepliesI'm looking to connect with anyone who has experience as an HIV+ person working on faculty, as a researcher or graduate student in academia. I'm a PhD student in an extremely competitive program at a major research university and I am not "out" at... Read more »
Posted by TwinsDad, 1 ReplyTake the following suggestions with you. You may find them helpful. I have.
1. Accept responsibility. It's your life. No on can live it for you. Family and friends may be able to help, but the responsibility must come from you.
2. Be objective. ... Read more »
Posted by markkkkky, 3 RepliesHi.
I just want to know if there are other countries where HIV+ people can work and be able to grant a work permit? I know there are countries who don't have restrictions, but only for short visits and vacations.
If ever there is, is HIV testing a... Read more »
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