Dating for hiv positive
Ramos reminds me that just because HIV is treatable now, behavior that puts an individual at risk of contracting it is not to be encouraged.The overall number of positive HIV diagnoses may be dropping, but they’re on the rise within queer POC groups.
Something like, “I’m happy, safe, healthy, successful and strong. What’s the one thing you want to do your best at this week?
It’s a way of normalizing, as well; the more we know, the less afraid we’ll be and the more likely we will be to act with a well-informed sense of caution, instead of ignorant recklessness.
This type of heedlessness, fueled by a new understanding that HIV isn’t the death sentence it once was, is dangerous.
A positive HIV status does not make you a pariah—or, at least, it shouldn’t.
And yet, for many positive people, it feels that way.
I’m a good mother, partner, friend and person.” What’s your mantra going to be?