September

Submitted by: Tinera

My favorite experience this summer was being on the 92.7FM University of Virginia, Charlottesville radio station for National HIV/AIDS Testing Day. We talked about the fact that people need to be tested for HIV and I told my story about how I contracted HIV. The message that I shared on the radio was that just knowing somebody and being with someone is not enough, you still need to get tested. I was with someone for several...

Positive Talk

September
Submitted by: Richard

This year, I attended the Juneteenth celebration in Lynchburg, VA as a spokesmodel. This is a celebration of the civil rights movement and a reminder for African Americans of what times were like then and how they are now. I got...

July
Submitted by: Tinera

I think that being on meds should be a personal choice, considering the risk they are taking. If someone is involved sexually with a partner who has HIV and is undetectable, they may just want to use condoms. However if someone...

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