When I'm 74: A Blog Entry by Phillip D. (July 30, 2013)
"I was asked to journal about my life, 25 years from now. Ö Iíll spare you the physical details and the locale, but HIV was most definitely part of my past."
Avoiding Tired Old AIDS Queen Syndrome (June 25, 2013)
"I confess that I wince a little bit when those bright-eyed, self-assured bloggers advise everyone not to worry because it's all manageable now, the drugs are better and everyone with HIV is going to live an average lifespan. Surely it will be better for their generation. ... I just can't forget that it's been pretty devastating for mine."
From Any Major Dude Will Tell You
Peter and Kathy McLoyd's Serodiscordant Relationship (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.
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.
My Horrific Seven Months: A Blog Entry by ScotCharles (June 13, 2012)
"I have been careening from one health issue to another and haven't had the strength to write. I have learned quite a lot from these illnesses. I am still struggling to reckon the past seven months."
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