Taking a leaf from GMFA’s book, Friday night saw Birmingham’s first Positive Pub Crawl in Birmingham. But how did it go?
Lizzie asked her friends to ask her any questions they had about HIV and they flooded in, here’s the first batch…
John from Hertfordshire was diagnosed back in 2011 and, with the support of his friends, family and local support group, has changed his outlook on life.
A number of people seem to think there’s a certain amount of glamour and money that comes with being a HIV activist or advocate, but what’s the reality?
James joins beyondpositive as a new writer, this is his first piece on his life, his diagnosis, and the issues he’s faced so far…
The following is a guest post from a friend of beyondpositive, on why they don’t feel able to be publicly out about their HIV status.
In the last few weeks I’ve noticed a disturbing new problem, a tremor in my right hand. Naturally I set about worrying immediately.
The PARTNER Study, a two-year study, has reported no incidence of HIV transmission by partners with a undetectable viral load.
Fancy meeting a bunch of new people and making some new HIV-Positive friends? Come along to the beyondpositive Birmingham Pub Crawl.
On diagnosis I had two main concerns, one that I hadn’t passed it on, and two that I’d not screwed up my degree, a HIV positive acupuncture student, is a bit of a curve-ball to throw at the doctor…