This Positive Life: An Interview With Peter and Kathy McLoyd (December 22, 2012)
While many believe HIV is a challenge too big for a couple to overcome, nothing could be further from the truth for the McLoyds. Their love is a glue stronger than HIV, and it is crystal clear that they are each other's hero.
Now for More on My Learning: A Blog Entry by Alive2 (May 10, 2012)
"I knew I had to take this stuff very seriously. The whole thing put my wife and me on an unstable path, which I was mainly the person who was responsible for the whole issue. We had a very difficult time for a few months, especially while she waited for her results to come back for a confirmation she wasn't infected."
When Life Gives Us Lemons, Make Some Orange Juice (April 25, 2012)
"They did a test for HIV ... Being married and all, I felt there was no way I could catch anything STD-wise. I'd never cheated, and we'd been married for seven years and had four children already. I was thinking they were just driving up the bill on me ... That's when I found out I was in fact HIV positive."
My Early Strength: A Blog Entry by Rev. Andrena Ingram (April 15, 2012)
"A lot of people always compliment me about how strong I am, in my disease. This was not always the case. In truth, it is because of my children. Most of us, if we cannot find the strength to live for ourselves, carry on expressly for our children."
Love Times Love: A Blog Entry by Reggie Smith (March 27, 2012)
"As a heterosexual man of color living with AIDS and hep C, I am aware of the level of homophobia that exists in my community. I DO NOT subscribe to those fears in any way, and will continue to spread love and information in an attempt to dispel those fears, while promoting healing."
The "My Fabulous Disease" Holiday Spectacular! A Video Blog Entry by Mark S. King (December 7, 2011)
"My family was enthusiastically participating in a video about my life with HIV. And they were much more concerned with choosing a fun holiday outfit than being publicly associated with their HIV-positive relative. For them, the interviews I would do with them about my HIV status, well, that was the easy part. Ö I am an extremely blessed and fortunate man."
Inspiration: A Blog Entry by Sarah Sacco (October 14, 2011)
"For those of us who struggle each day, who face challenges (and who doesn't?) and who sometimes wonder how to keep on going, this story gives inspiration. Won't you watch it, too?"
Homesick: A Blog Entry by Brooke Davidoff (September 8, 2011)
"How do you make friends when the majority of things on your mind are HIV, Death, Bills, Baby Stuff and Baseball? I realize I'm in a cave socially and I cling to the dream of moving home to get myself out."
Homophobia and HIV Risk: What's Family Got to Do With It? (June 9, 2011)
If we're to talk seriously about reducing HIV risk among our LGBT brothers and sisters, we have to talk about homophobia within families. In this groundbreaking two-part conversation, we talk with three experts and advocates about the problem -- and how to fix it.
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