India: A Blog Entry by River Huston (March 20, 2013)
"I visited six cities and spoke to numerous groups and individuals. The whole time I was there I kept thinking something magical was going to happen. ... On my last night in India ... the miracle happened."
Awakened From a Nightmare: A Blog Entry by Betsy Yung (March 11, 2013)
"My odyssey began on October 21st when I made a rookie mistake while riding my new bike. A car cut me off in traffic and I grabbed the front brake in a panic and went down in traffic badly breaking my left leg."
This Positive Life: Marcia Finds Permanent Self-Love in a Temporary World (February 14, 2013)
Marcia Dorsey got a good education and a good job; she never drank or did drugs; and she stayed in one monogamous relationship for many years. After being diagnosed with HIV, she first asked herself, "Why me?" But then, after educating herself about the disease, she began to say, "Well, why not me?"
He Said, She Said: A Blog Entry by Brooke Davidoff (December 18, 2012)
"I shared an ex and a past with this woman. We hated each other for years. She stole my man. He told her I gave them HIV. And in the end I have her as a new friend and him as a random deadly memory."
The Familiar Is Within You: A Blog Entry by Rae Lewis-Thornton (November 27, 2012)
"Go on and say it!! I'm a Bad Bitch!! I have a crazy herpes infection between my legs, I have an infected mediport both of which are causing pain beyond my understanding and they bust through my veins with no anesthesia. Shit, it's a wonder that I didn't just come home and pull the covers over my head."
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