Women and HIV

What to expect with pregnancy

Pregnancy is a challenging and exciting time for anyone, regardless of whether either of the parents are living with HIV. It is common for pregnant couples impacted by HIV to worry about their baby’s HIV […]

Living with HIV, Safer Sex, Sex

Do YOU. (Talking about masturbation.)

Your bae just left you, the club scene is anything but lit, or you’re spending way too much time swiping left on Tinder. Maybe you are newly diagnosed and still getting the courage to ramp […]

Being Young and Positive, Living with HIV, Peer Support

Tips for being your best professional self

Getting a job that is meaningful to you — and keeping it — is a big part of life. After all, you gotta pay the bills somehow! Having a successful career isn’t just about finding […]

Healthcare Assistance, Living with HIV, Safer Sex, Talking to a Doctor

I’m living with HIV and HPV: What should I know?

Living with HIV and another illness is called a coinfection, which happens because HIV weakens your immune system’s ability to fight off other illnesses. Some people living with HIV also are living with something called […]

Healthy Habits, Living with HIV, Peer Support

How to get a good night sleep

Think back to a recent day when you had a lot of energy and got a lot done. How did you sleep the night before? Soundly? Now think of a time you were grumpy and […]

Being Young and Positive, Living with HIV, Peer Support, Protecting my Partner

Setting a date, time, and place to tell your partner you’re living with HIV

Once you’ve decided it’s the right time to talk to your partner about what living with HIV means for you, it can be helpful to set up a specific date, time, and place to tell […]

Being Young and Positive, Peer Support

What you need to know about building credit

Let’s face it, credit can be an intimidating topic to learn about if you’re not a financial analyst. You may feel like you don’t know the first thing about credit scores and ratings, but it […]

HIV 101, Living with HIV, Peer Support, Protecting my Partner

How to tell your partner you’re living with HIV

Here are some basics to remember when planning to tell your partner you’re living with HIV. After all, there’s nothing to be afraid of since HIV is treatable, meaning couples can still have a great […]

Being Young and Positive, HIV 101, Living with HIV, Peer Support, Protecting my Partner, Safer Sex

How taking PrEP affects sex, love, and relationships

At one time, condoms were the only way to protect yourself from HIV infection. Thankfully, it’s 2018 now and there more ways than just condoms (which are still cool! 😎). PrEP is a once-daily medicine […]

Being Young and Positive, Healthcare Assistance, Living with HIV, Talking to a Doctor

Why community pharmacies are awesome

Community pharmacies are just one of the many things we love about living in the modern world. They’re totally open to the public and come with some pretty cool benefits. What’s not to love? You […]