Latest by Justin B. Terry-Smith
Watch Justin B. Terry-Smith reflect on a decade of living with HIV, and what he's faced and achieved in that span.
Get Smart: Social Media Campaign Seeks to Change How We Look at HIV -- A Blog Entry by Justin B. Terry-Smith
"Social media has become a huge part of HIV campaigns," writes Terry-Smith. But the HIV Smart campaign is a one of kind, he says, shattering stereotypes and stigma by urging people to get smart about HIV.
"Four years of no HIV infections for those who are compliant with PrEP is a huge step for public health," says Terry-Smith. "It's very sad to see someone has been infected, but let's keep things in perspective here."
Family Ties: We Adopt Our Second Son and Our Other Son Moves Out -- A Video Blog Entry by Justin B. Terry-Smith
"Being HIV positive, I never would have thought I would have any children at all." Terry-Smith writes. Now he's the proud father of two teens -- one who just flew the coop.
After a weeklong residency in Puerto Rico, Justin realized, "HIV should not dictate where you can go but you can let it take you to places youâ€™ve never been."
Charlie Sheen's Disclosure Confirms HIV Isn't Just a Black and Gay Issue: A Video Blog Entry by Justin B. Terry-Smith
"This story proves that HIV is not a gay or black issue. HIV is a global public health issue," Terry-Smith says. "By disclosing on his own I hope this gives him empowerment and inspiration to help others in the future with their HIV diagnosis."
After getting attacked on Grindr for outing his positive status, Justin B Terry-Smith talks about why he's open and why slut shaming is bad for the community.
Joan Rivers died on September 4, 2014, at the age of 81. Many of you do not know that Joan Rivers wasn't just a comedian, but she was an HIV/AIDS activist. She would distribute food to HIV/AIDS patients in the NYC area for a non-profit called God's ...
In this fashion show, all the models have been affected by HIV/AIDS in some way.
"It was completely liberating for me. At the time I worked as an exotic dancer and I was just leaving the military. I needed the money and was not very marketable professionally."