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Kierra Hines reflects on the day her mother "built up the strength and courage to finally tell me that she was HIV positive."
"There is a giant stigma from both [gay and straight] communities against those of us who are bisexual," Josh Middleton writes. "I hope my story and life can help to break some of those stigmas."
"Being isolated is the worst thing that a newly diagnosed HIV positive person can ever have happen to them," Tamala Johnson writes. "I was living my worst nightmare while wide awake."
"Through sharing my story, I want to reduce the stigma in our lives and show others that there is truly life after HIV diagnosis," Nakeisa Brown writes.
"AIDS told me to crawl under a rock, today I am the rock."
"I tell myself that those who do not want to be a part of my life because of my status are not people I want in my life to begin with," Nestor Rogel writes.
Steven Williams writes about deciding the right time to tell his daughter about his HIV status and how he became HIV positive.
When Christina Palacios was arrested during a routine traffic stop, she decided to make the best of a bad situation and educate jail inmates and staff about PrEP.
"I am offering up my own story to contribute to our present day Asian American awakening in the hope of challenging longstanding stereotypes of Asian Americans," Adam Chang writes.