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"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."
"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.
"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.
"We want to assure others that it is safe for serodifferent couples to have children," Rev. Henry Calderon Jr. writes.
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"I decided that PrEP seemed right for me," Christina Palacios writes. "I found it to be beneficial for me because I had two sex partners and wanted to protect us all and improve my chances of remaining HIV negative."
"I am happy that I started taking PrEP," Jessica Martinez writes. "Taking PrEP gave me the power and strength I never knew I had over my body."
"It became almost natural to give my offspring a better life than I had, a life that I prayed and hoped for in my past," Trecory Jackson writes.
"I never imagined that I would be sitting exactly where I am right now seven months pregnant with a baby boy and engaged to someone who I truly believe is my soulmate," writes Erin.