A Girl Like Me (AGLM) is a program of The Well Project and is an online “blog” where women of all ages can share their stories and promote understanding of HIV through online storytelling. There are millions of women around the globe who are living with HIV and AIDS, yet many feel they are alone in their disease and isolated in the experiences they go through each day. The goals of AGLM are to help normalize HIV and AIDS in women and girls, and create a safe space for women living with HIV from around the world to speak out and share their experience of what it is to live life with HIV.

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Sex and HIV

You see that I am not writing often. But I know that when I do, it is because I feel the need to share something I think is important. To live with HIV is to live differently. Although many believe that one can lead a "normal" life being in treatment.

The truth...

Re-evaluating Life!

You know so many of us just go day to day, dealing with things that come our way without much thought into the future except lab appointments, Dr. visits, birthdays, anniversaries, weddings, baby showers or other holiday celebrations. But how many of us really sit down once in a while and give...

Eradicate Stigma for All

I don't have a private life anymore!!! The day I got my HIV diagnosis, I knew the private life I was used to maintaining would be difficult and darn near impossible to maintain. I decided to tell my truth so that others would not have to know my pain. Every time I...

Sisterhood

Sisterhood is a sacred experience I hold close to my heart, where we as women can lift not only ourselves but each other. Women are the heart of a family, sisters, mothers, aunts who dish out unconditional love, direction, creating a family that feels safe and held. This is how communities thrive;...

#USCA #PWN #LWS2020 #SisterLove #Pozcruise

What a whirlwind these past months have been!!

I want to start by thanking The Well Project for helping me attend so many of these very important events, conferences and summits! I am forever grateful because you all always think of us women and girls instead of your own self!

#USCA

Wonderful...

Hello everyone. Lovely to...

Hello everyone. Lovely to be here. My name is Vanessa Roberts and I'm 52 living in Oxford, UK. I was diagnosed with HIV in 2014 following a routine blood test. I went straight on the meds and quickly became undetectable. Tracing back through my medical and sexual history, my consultant established that it's most likely that I contracted the virus back in 1983 when I was just 19. An unbelievable...

Intro - Dianne

Hi lovely ladies. I would like to introduce myself to you. I am Dianne Nyoni.  I’m an Australian woman who loves laughing, family, reading books, nature (the beautiful beaches in Australia) and watching mindless TV like the Housewives. (Don’t judge me!) Any spare moment I have you can find me sitting in...

Dear Sister

I think about your more and more with each passing day. I don't know if I'm ready for this yet, but it is on my heart to write to you my dear sister, Channing-Celeste. I have put it off for as long as I could, but I have to deal with my...

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Sex and HIV

You see that I am not writing often. But I know that when I do, it is because I feel the need to share something I think is important. To live with HIV is to live differently. Although many believe that one can lead a "normal" life being in treatment.

The truth...

Re-evaluating Life!

You know so many of us just go day to day, dealing with things that come our way without much thought into the future except lab appointments, Dr. visits, birthdays, anniversaries, weddings, baby showers or other holiday celebrations. But how many of us really sit down once in a while and give...

Eradicate Stigma for All

I don't have a private life anymore!!! The day I got my HIV diagnosis, I knew the private life I was used to maintaining would be difficult and darn near impossible to maintain. I decided to tell my truth so that others would not have to know my pain. Every time I...

Sisterhood

Sisterhood is a sacred experience I hold close to my heart, where we as women can lift not only ourselves but each other. Women are the heart of a family, sisters, mothers, aunts who dish out unconditional love, direction, creating a family that feels safe and held. This is how communities thrive;...

#USCA #PWN #LWS2020 #SisterLove #Pozcruise

What a whirlwind these past months have been!!

I want to start by thanking The Well Project for helping me attend so many of these very important events, conferences and summits! I am forever grateful because you all always think of us women and girls instead of your own self!

#USCA

Wonderful...

Hello everyone. Lovely to...

Hello everyone. Lovely to be here. My name is Vanessa Roberts and I'm 52 living in Oxford, UK. I was diagnosed with HIV in 2014 following a routine blood test. I went straight on the meds and quickly became undetectable. Tracing back through my medical and sexual history, my consultant established that it's most likely that I contracted the virus back in 1983 when I was just 19. An unbelievable...

Intro - Dianne

Hi lovely ladies. I would like to introduce myself to you. I am Dianne Nyoni.  I’m an Australian woman who loves laughing, family, reading books, nature (the beautiful beaches in Australia) and watching mindless TV like the Housewives. (Don’t judge me!) Any spare moment I have you can find me sitting in...

Dear Sister

I think about your more and more with each passing day. I don't know if I'm ready for this yet, but it is on my heart to write to you my dear sister, Channing-Celeste. I have put it off for as long as I could, but I have to deal with my...

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