Sex After Diagnosis: My Journey to Believing That Undetectable HIV Viral Load Means Uninfectious -- A Blog Entry by Josh Middleton
"No longer am I driven by fear but rather passion, just as it should be," writes Josh Middleton. "When in a serodiscordant relationship, it has proved to be a game changer."
After Week One of a Trump Presidency, Facing Fears That My Son Will Have a Sick, Dying Mother: A Blog Entry by Brooke Davidoff
"Keeping programs like the Affordable Care Act and Medicaid expansion active and funded keeps [HIV-positive people] alive and working, not dying in some hospital bed," Brooke Davidoff writes.
"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.
Behind the wheel of her car, Jennifer Vaughan shot a video sharing her unexpected HIV diagnosis. Four months and over 200,000 YouTube views later, Vaughan's informal videos are demystifying HIV.
Darren talks wistfully of the past and frankly states, "I am basically alone." But his life has been changed in a myriad of ways through his relationship with Chicago's CORE Center.
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."
"We want to assure others that it is safe for serodifferent couples to have children," Rev. Henry Calderon Jr. writes.
"In the sixteen years of being diagnosed with HIV, I found myself careful when exposing what I refer to as my 'situation' to family and friends," Steven Williams writes. "I often regretted that I hadn't ever discussed it with a majority of the people...
Lynda Arnold recounts how a diagnosis of AIDS Dementia Complex impacted her life and the journey that led to the day she was handed back the keys to her life.
Sherri Lewis shares her journey of finding care for her aging parent Cookie, exploring how her experience of survival in the HIV epidemic prepared her for this new challenge.