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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My Plenary Speech at USCA on the state of Trans Community and HIV

My name is Arianna Lint and I am the Executive Director of a local trans advocacy and service organization Arianna's center. I wear many hats: national board member of the Trans Latin@ Coalition, Trans United Fund, a member of Positively Trans, board member and blogger for The Well Project, Prevention Access campaign,...

Peace Amid the Shuffle of USCA

I am home from the United States Conference on AIDS, and I’m reflecting over how not only was it my first USCA, but it provided me innumerable and invaluable opportunities to expound upon my advocacy. I arrived earlier in the week so that I could attend a very important meeting regarding trans*...

Woman #5 Public Documented HIV Elite Controller

I am Woman #5 of a unique group of HIV positive women who have been identified as HIV Controllers or Long Term Non-Progressors. Since 2005, we have participated in one or more clinical studies investigating the natural control of HIV Infection. There are approximately 4,700 individuals who identified as HIV Controllers or...

HIV and Relationships

Marriage is hard work that requires two hands to clap. Right now one hand is paralysed. The one-sided relationship is not what I term as a "relationship". It's more like a person labouring hard, hoping and waiting, draining out all the energy just like watering too much on the plant. Result? Depression,...

Intro - Ugandan Princess

This is my true life story with HIV that I would like to share with you. 

My mom died of HIV in 1993 when I was just three years old and my dad too died of HIV when I was just eight years old in 1998, so I was left an orphan...

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My Plenary Speech at USCA on the state of Trans Community and HIV

My name is Arianna Lint and I am the Executive Director of a local trans advocacy and service organization Arianna's center. I wear many hats: national board member of the Trans Latin@ Coalition, Trans United Fund, a member of Positively Trans, board member and blogger for The Well Project, Prevention Access campaign,...

Peace Amid the Shuffle of USCA

I am home from the United States Conference on AIDS, and I’m reflecting over how not only was it my first USCA, but it provided me innumerable and invaluable opportunities to expound upon my advocacy. I arrived earlier in the week so that I could attend a very important meeting regarding trans*...

Woman #5 Public Documented HIV Elite Controller

I am Woman #5 of a unique group of HIV positive women who have been identified as HIV Controllers or Long Term Non-Progressors. Since 2005, we have participated in one or more clinical studies investigating the natural control of HIV Infection. There are approximately 4,700 individuals who identified as HIV Controllers or...

HIV and Relationships

Marriage is hard work that requires two hands to clap. Right now one hand is paralysed. The one-sided relationship is not what I term as a "relationship". It's more like a person labouring hard, hoping and waiting, draining out all the energy just like watering too much on the plant. Result? Depression,...

Intro - Ugandan Princess

This is my true life story with HIV that I would like to share with you. 

My mom died of HIV in 1993 when I was just three years old and my dad too died of HIV when I was just eight years old in 1998, so I was left an orphan...

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