"It was somewhat of a surprise as I sat in the quiet of the fellowship hall, hoping for an HIV support group to appear, that Ernest would appear instead to be my support," Rev. Ingram writes.
In the light of the death of Victor Pond, a loved one writes about the danger of HIV denialist rhetoric.
High school sweeties, Andy and Christy James, reconnected after 30 years, set an example for the faith-based community as they ride in memory of a friend lost to AIDS.
Aging with HIV can put a lot of strain on your body, but what about your soul -- that which makes your life worth living? Charlene Arcila has a treatment plan for your happiness.
Well, beloved Black History Month has taken on a deeper meaning for me this year. I have learned of some noteworthy, and yet unknown Black folk in my family tree,Which I began tending back in 2006 but its growth was stunted because I could not get pa...
A First Nations woman living in Ontario, Deloris Peltier, shares with readers her life since her HIV diagnosis and what it means to be positive in her community.
"I was 25 years old," Mark Milano remembers. "I was a devout, born-again Catholic who went to charismatic prayer meetings and prayed in tongues. And I despised myself. To my core."
"You must be willing to make the changes in your life to get to that next level. ... You cannot continue to live in the sameness and expect newness. Albert Einstein put it this way: 'Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting ...
"Many HIV-positive Muslims wish to join their community in observing this important month. Can they? The question that we need to address is, can an HIV+ person fast Ramadan?"
Though she's barely over 30, Amanda Brown has experienced much in her life: coming out to her family, military service, rape, an HIV diagnosis, marriage (to a man), semipro football and book authorship, just for starters. She shares her journey in th...