While those of us living with HIV have an increasing life expectancy, many of us face greater loneliness
Travelling to and settling in Australia – when HIV is along for the ride.
I have finally marched in the Sydney Mardi Gras Parade! I always thought I would someday - and now I have.
I have been living with HIV for over 22 years, five of which I was unaware I was positive.
What does consent mean? Is consent a cup of tea? Is consent always an enthusiastic ‘yes’, or is it sometimes the absence of a ‘no’? Does it live somewhere in body language? Is our [...]
Sebastian Zagarella is an artist, a Positive Life Board Director, and finally comfortable about living with HIV. I sero-converted back in 2003 and at the time I was very clear in my own mind, [...]
I stand before you today, to honour and remember Prof David Cooper, who I’ll refer to hereafter as Coops. Speaking as a patient, when I was diagnosed with HIV in 2004, I polled my [...]
As a straight 19-year-old woman who went to a co-ed religious boarding school, our sex education was definitely subpar.
Reactions I get when I mention to someone that I work in the HIV sector.
Blaming rejection on your sero-status or HIV stigma is pointless and disempowering.