Monday, December 28, 2015

Top scientific breakthroughs of 2015 by: David Heitz

Wednesday, December 23, 2015

Ending the Epidemic: Science Advances on AIDS

Current case studies world wide provided by NCBI PubMed concerning AIDS and HIV related issues.

Psychosocial Factors in Adherence to Antiretroviral Therapy Among HIV-Positive People Who Use Drugs.

Tuesday, December 22, 2015

New HIV Smar+ Campaign

Monday, December 21, 2015

Interview w/ Martin Shkreli and HIV Activist Josh Robbins on NOV 2 2015. THIS WAS BEFORE HE WAS ARRESTED.

An interview I posted  on about big pharmacuetical entreprenuer Martin Shkreli that sheds a human point of view on his side with himself and nationally known HIV activist Josh Robbins (+imstilljosh). Even if you have strong opinion against him or perhaps don't really know much about the story, please watch. It is, in my opinion, important to see a persons emotionally unedited view when they're in their own element rather than featured on MSNBC or news media source.

Sunday, December 13, 2015

France is the 2nd country to approve PrEP as of 2 days ago. Go France!!

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Saturday, December 12, 2015

It's never too late to educate yourself about HIV/AIDS

Check out this film that highlights individuals using activism to change the negative stigma's on HIV/AIDS

Personal Trainer sentenced for not telling women his HIV status.

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My personal feelings on the subject: Back in 2000 I too was infected from someone who knew his status and being a teacher in a small town he did not want to disclose. I assume that was his reason, or he was a complete fucking asshole who cares about no one but himself. Either way I hated him for quite some time. Still think about it too often probably. But as for anger... it's no longer displaced toward him but rather feelings of forgiveness toward myself. It was MY responsibility to protect myself. It was ME who deep down knew everyone will tell you what you want to hear to get what they want in bed but instead hoped that people like that didn't really exist... not in my life anyhow. It was a hard lesson learned but to put it short. Suck it up buttercup... we all have our shit. Quit blaming others for your stupidity of falling for "Im allergic to condoms", "Condoms don't fit me", "I'm on meds that prevent me from spreading the virus". If you think any of this is true then you should investigate and make sure... educate yourself... this is your life your risking. Blind faith gets me in trouble all the time... too trusting can be hurtful. Sometimes the qualities that make us who we are and define us ultimately are our weakness's as well. Being honest is great. Being honest and assuming others are this way too is stupid. Dangerous.
As for the person that infected you. Slash his tires or break the windows out of his home.. you know the usual things you do when someone knowingly messes up your life but sentence him to prison and take his life in exchange... for a mistake you could have prevented?? Come on.. your better than that.

Thursday, December 10, 2015

Very cool site giving insight to our queer ansisters!

Injectable PrEP that protects you for 3 months!

Wednesday, December 9, 2015

The Face of HIV/AIDS: Then and Now

This brought tears to my eyes.... I am very blessed to have been born in 75 and poz in 2001 so that I am alive now.