Being poz and sex positive in New York City in the 90s, Felix Garmendia was asked by the Advocate magazine back then “how much sex is too much?”. Now writing, for PositiveLite.com he provides an update.
Josh from ThePlusSideofLifeblog.com is chronicling life with HIV since being diagnosed last year. In a new pair of posts from his own blog he talks about feeling alone, starting treatment and on wanting to live, not die.
Bob Leahy writing for CATIE's blog says that little is being done in his own country to make new prevention technologies that are available elsewhere like PrEP, or even home testing, available to all here
New writer Josh from ThePlusSideofLifeblog.com is a 26-year old Toronto man. In June of 2014, he tested positive for HIV. He is chronicling the life of a newly diagnosed person. The journey starts here.
Going to CAHR 2015 in Toronto? There’s a session important to attend. Even if you’re not able to, here’s how you can contribute to a made-in-Canada consensus statement on the health and prevention implications of taking on HIV meds. Bob Leahy reports.
He was infected as an infant via a blood transfusion, but not diagnosed with AIDS until 16 years later. Derek, now founder of the #endthestigma campaign, tells his story to Samantha for PositiveLite.com