16: Women and HIV

How HIV affects straight women

HIV In Women HIV is not a “gay” disease or a “guy” disease. HIV will infect anybody — all it needs is a way into the bloodstream. When you see statistics about HIV in women, […]

02: Everyday Advice for Living with HIV

Hooking up with HIV: Disclosing to potential partners

Talking… hooking up… “Netflix and chill” – whatever you call it – dating is tricky business. Maybe you want romance and friendship. You probably want to hang out with somebody who clicks with you. Somebody […]

08: Peer Support

What happens in a HIV support group?

You don’t have to deal with all this by yourself. HIV support groups are full of people who’ve already been through what you’re going through right now. Fear, loneliness, confusion, brain overload — you’ve got […]

05: HIV Healthcare, 06: Talking to a Doctor

Video: Time to ask your doctor about PrEP

Time to ask your doctor about PrEP When things get hot and heavy, will you be ready? 😉 With PrEP, you can get TheD without worrying about HIV! 😍 Ask your doctor about it today or check out […]

05: HIV Healthcare

Get covered: The Affordable Care Act and HIV

The official name is the Affordable Care Act. Some folks call it ACA or Obamacare. Whatever you call it, the benefits are the same: health insurance policies for individuals and families that do not have […]

04: Newly Diagnosed / HIV 101, 05: HIV Healthcare

I’ve just been diagnosed with HIV. Now what?

If you’ve been diagnosed HIV-positive, the first thing you need to know right now is that you are not alone. Doctors, nurses, social workers — they all want to help you. It’s what they do. […]

05: HIV Healthcare

Apply to be a 2017 National Youth HIV & AIDS Awareness Day (NYHAAD) Ambassador

  If you think people just like you — young, strong, and living with HIV — should have a greater voice in how things get done, here’s a chance to do something about it: apply […]

03: Getting Tested for HIV

Why should I get tested for HIV?

If HIV is in your blood, you can fight it.   If the virus is detected early enough and you stay on the meds your doctor prescribes, you can stay healthy and strong for decades. […]

16: Women and HIV

How HIV affects the ladies: Protect yourself

People who think HIV is a disease of gay men probably haven’t seen the facts on how many straight women are infected. More than 20 women become infected with HIV every day in the United […]

02: Everyday Advice for Living with HIV

Video: Take care of your CD4s and they’ll take care of you

Take care of your CD4’s and they’ll take care of you Meet your new best friend, the CD4 cell. 🔬 He helps keep you strong and healthy, 💪🏾 so it’s important that you take care […]