Once you become poz, then what? Do you stop having sex, be unhappy, overthink, not go out, feel fearful and anxious?
Like many people living with HIV, I work full-time. I worked before my diagnosis and I’ve continued to work since my diagnosis.
Sydney in the 70s was a cool place to explore your sexuality.
I was thirty two and a mother when I was told I was HIV positive at the refugee detention centre.
A number of major international studies show the use of Truvada as an oral PrEP (Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis) can help prevent the transmission of HIV.
In 1995, at the age of 37 I became HIV+. At the time I felt my whole life was falling apart.
I have HIV and a number of other chronic health conditions including living with a mental health diagnosis.
As a heterosexual woman living with HIV for the past 21 years, I am acutely aware that the lived experience of women with HIV today is still mired in ignorance and invisibility.