I’m incredibly fortunate that I have not had many barriers in access to treatment for my HIV. I have great insurance, the ability to pay for my medications (through my co-pay) and even a Health...
Submitted on : Aug 3, 2012
Before I decided to post this video I was thrilled, yet hesitant. I am thrilled that I can be a part of A Girl Like Me and try to make a difference to someone somewhere. But then the thoughts of not...
Submitted on : Aug 2, 2012
June 28 is a day I’ll never forget: the anniversary of my HIV diagnosis. It was 1988. I was only 19, and didn’t know a single other HIV-positive woman. Misinformation and fear dominated the public...
Submitted on : Jul 12, 2012
It's been 18 years since South Africa marched to democracy...one would think we have progressed and are liberal, but it's the opposite. We have the highest HIV prevalence, more than 5.7 million are...
Submitted on : Jul 11, 2012
This month I'm celebrating a rather complex issue...round about this year I was diagnosed with HI Virus and little did I know that my life was about to change. I remember that day like it was...
Submitted on : Jun 21, 2012
“Am divorcing u, I can't live with u anymore” said my husband, whom I married in 2004 (when I was negative and got the virus thru medical negligence – Plz refer to my first blog “ Living with HIV ”)...
Submitted on : Jun 20, 2012
Sonya posted a new blog " Let's Applaud Each Other " in Voice from our Allies : Let’s Applaud Each Other Let’s Stand up and Applaud each other …for survival, strength, determination, Purpose, and...
Submitted on : Jun 19, 2012
Let's Stand up and Applaud each other…for survival, strength, determination, Purpose, and Destiny…Now, take a look around you…look to your neighbors on your left and now look to your neighbors on the...
Submitted on : Jun 19, 2012
Hi everyone, We just wanted to share this short clip of a documentary about A Girl Like Me blogger, Maria Mejia, and her advocacy work and use of social media to promote HIV awareness and prevention...
Submitted on : Jun 18, 2012
Let me start from the time I found out my HIV status.... Twelve year ago when I took the HIV test, I knew nothing about the virus and mode of transmission of the virus. In the year 2001, I was a...
Submitted on : May 18, 2012

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