Jane Fowler

It’s no myth. Us oldsters do have carnal relations. We can bend, twist, turn, bump and grind just like any youngster, though the bends...

Just*in Time: April 2012

by Justin B. Terry-Smith Justin, I found you through a search on Google for HIV. I need your help. I am an HIV-negative female. I have...
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HEROES

Monica Johnson, executive director of HEROES, likes acronyms. “We’re the acronym queens down here!” “Down here” is Columbia, in northeast Louisiana, and the acronyms...

Don’t Cry for Me: Resisting the Narrative of Living with HIV...

Don't Cry for Me I’ve had challenges, yes—but I don’t define myself as a victim by John Francis Leonard I’ve had an eventful life—who hasn’t? Modern life...

Maria Mejia: Advocate

Right here, right now, let me just heave out a sigh: Ahhhhh….. Good. Feel better. The angst of the Big City of L.A. is behind...

Heart-to-Heart: Long-Term HIV & Cardiovascular Health

And the Beat Goes On A heart-to-heart about HIV, cardiovascular health & self-advocacy by Rob Quinn The best practice of HIV prevention and care involves more than...

Role Call: Rae Lewis-Thornton

Enough Already! HIV stigma needs to be stopped by Rae Lewis-Thornton In the early days of the HIV pandemic stigma was horrendous. Those living with HIV/AIDS lived...

Being Single

At thirty, I can honestly say for the first time in my life that I am happy. I have a great job, a growing...

Zack Ryan: Advocate

I met Zack Ryan in New York last year at a screening of Beautiful Something. “A compassionate, romantic drama,” the Village Voice aptly described...

A Challenge for You

It’s that time of year where everyone sits back and thinks about all the good and bad things that took place throughout the year;...

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Meet Clay Brown: Fiction by Christina Renee Milliner

Meet Clay Brown by Christina Renee Milliner “My name is Clay Brown, I’m 19, and I was born with HIV.” Four sets of questioning eyes glared at...

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