Latest by Tim Hinkhouse
Making Progress in Losing Weight, Knowing the Reward Will Be Feeling Better Overall: A Blog Entry by Tim Hinkhouse
It's hard to say "no" to fresh pastries with prison chow. Fortunately, Tim Hinkhouse eats with people who are supportive of his weight loss goals: "They'll eat those things for me and then tell me how great they were!"
No Matter What Gender You Choose to Be, We Can All Stand up and Fight for Human Rights: A Blog Entry by Tim Hinkhouse
Hearing about the abuse suffered by a transgender friend, "I took a good hard look at myself and what I had done that took me to prison, the people I've hurt, and why I made those choices."
Being HIV positive and feeling the side effects of various meds has encouraged Tim Hinkhouse to care more about his body: "I have wanted to learn all I can to stay healthy."
Prison Doctor Just Switched Me to Genvoya, and I Don't Know What to Expect: A Blog Entry by Tim Hinkhouse
Tim Hinkhouse is concerned about possible side effects with Genvoya and asks you share with him your stories about this medication.
Please Sign My Petition for Clemency and Help End HIV Criminalization: A Blog Entry by Tim Hinkhouse
Tim Hinkhouse is seeking signatures on a petition asking Oregon's Governor to release him after more than two decades in prison.
Tim Hinkhouse says that, sadly, every time he has been rejected for being HIV positive, it has gotten easier. But getting rejected for being in prison "stings" and makes him "want to give up on love."
A New Year, With Ongoing Challenges of Social Death in Prison and New Cuts to HIV Care on the Outside: A Blog Entry by Tim Hinkhouse
If the ACA is taken away with nothing to replace it, how will people who are unable to work afford their lifesaving HIV pills? How does anyone do it? Tim Hinkhouse wonders.
Giving Thanks and Sharing Thoughts About Life, Death, Justice and HIV: A Blog Entry by Tim Hinkhouse
Tim Hinkhouse reflects on changes in HIV criminalization laws and his 70-year sentence as he contemplates spending another holiday season in prison.
"Please think of me in this fight for my freedom," incarcerated blogger Tim Hinkhouse writes, "and my fight to stay alive for many more years."
"Here it is post-election," Tim Hinkhouse writes, "and when I heard that the new guy was elected into the White House and not Hillary Clinton, I felt as if a relative had died."