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HIVE's 134 videos support a vision of a world where people affected by HIV have safe pregnancies, reproductive autonomy, access to state-of-the-art health care and enjoyable sex lives.
"Disclosing with my son was kind of like I was backed into a corner, because he was about to find out from Google whether I was ready or not," Deon writes.
After too brief a visit with her OB/GYN where she wanted to discuss a few personal sexual health concerns and inquire about PrEP, Nikole left feeling frustrated, disappointed and uncared for.
HIVE's suite of brochures for women, men and transgender people support those living with and affected by HIV in attaining their reproductive goals.
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.
"As PrEP began being available, I thought to myself that there was no way I would be able to access it," Salty writes. "It did not even occur to me to ask for it."
Devon Stoney writes about adopting a child, "I don't know where this journey will take me but I believe in facing fears head on and not cowering away from them."
"At my age today, I am not looking to become a statistic," Selma writes. "So as I go forward in life, I am looking forward to PrEP keeping me HIV negative."
Each family-building journey is unique. With advances in science and technology, there are more conception options for people of all genders who are living with HIV.