The Stigma of It All: A Blog Entry by Lynda Arnold (June 19, 2013)
"I chose to go public with my seroconversion story in the hopes that by doing so I would help someone else along the way, and that my story would not be repeated. What I found in my going public was a huge, monstrous sense of inequality."
My HIV Journey: 13 Months of Videos Following My Diagnosis (August 2012)
"I am simply a guy who on June 6, 2011, received the news that more than 33 million people have received: I am HIV positive. I decided in that moment to record the journey that I was embarking on so that I might help others as they receive that news. I'm not a doctor and I don't endorse any agenda other than simply living a healthy life."
The Beginning of a New Me: A Blog Entry by Ria Denise (August 16, 2012)
"I am finally at the stage where I need to be to let my voice be heard in hopes to inspire those who fight the ignorance daily, to know that they have nothing to be ashamed of."
What It Feels Like to Get the News That You Have HIV (Video) (Posted: August 2012)
"For many people that receive the news that they are HIV positive this is how they feel. Many people cannot put it into words but this is how they feel. During the last six months there have been times in which I have felt most of these things."
Day 4 of HIV Diagnosis (Posted: August 2012)
"I found this video on my cell phone that I had shot 4 days after being diagnosed with HIV. I am uploading this so that maybe someone else that feels the same way will be comforted. Let me know what you think. It gets better!"
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