"For PrEP to be fully realized in the Latinx community we can't just translate English language resources into Spanish and call it a day," Ken Almanza writes. "We must reframe the entire conversation to address real barriers many Latinx people face."...
"After participating in the Greater than AIDS campaign, I had an aha moment and even though I went down and broke down this helped me to ask for help!" Maria says.
With his disclosure that he is living with HIV, Charlie Sheen brought back the passion in Maria Meija, helping her realize how much ignorance and stigma continues.
Artist and activist Richard Gamboa discusses what HIV prevention means to him, and how "solidarity" is really a way of "running the same risks."
"I remember sitting there and asking myself why and HOW did I let this happen to me? But then I shifted to thinking OK, this is MY life. I gotta start taking control of this all."
"Having and living with HIV is simplistic and warming compared to all of the other crap that seems to be surrounding our lives. "
After all the trials and storms, always believe that a rainbow will come. Never feel bad for the things you go through, these are the times and things that makes us strong and evolve spiritually. It is ok to feel frustrated, angry and even hopeless, ...
"I am just a person that fights against stigma and educates everyone! But at the end of the day, I have HIV and I am HUMAN."
Having seen the toll the HIV epidemic has taken on many couples, Daniel Leyva decided to write a blog that detailed exactly why marriage equality is a big deal for those living with HIV.
"The older I am getting, the wiser and more patient I am becoming. One thing I do know is: Nothing lasts forever -- good or bad things -- so live the moment. And if you feel sad, look for someone to talk to -- a friend, counselor, significant other. ...