Justin Goes Back to Basic Training: A Video Blog Entry by Justin B. Terry-Smith (February 21, 2013)
"With the help of friends and those whom I still call family, I made it through. I was able to be discharged honorably with decorations and awards. I made three really good friends who I call my military brothers and we were all gay and I loved them and still talk to them to this day."
A Day in the Life Video Series: Robert Breining on Getting Support Online and Off (December 13, 2012)
Cyber-activist Robert is used to connecting with community online. After having a rare allergic reaction to his first regimen, Robert was hesitant to start HIV meds again -- so he took to TheBody.com and POZ I AM, the social network he created, for information and support. Robert speaks on life, love, disclosure and finding a regimen that's nearly side effect-free.
This Positive Life: A Trailblazer Still Marches Forward (December 12, 2012)
Gil Kudrin has marched with ACT UP, helped found Nightsweats & T-Cells (which employs HIV-positive people and gives them work skills and experience) and has raised two young, homeless boys as his own sons.
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