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Adrienne’s HIV Blog – Hivine’s Weblog

Adrienne’s HIV Blog – Hivine’s Weblog

Adrienne’s HIV Blog is written by Adrienne Seed, who was diagnosed with HIV in 2002. She is an HIV activist, artist, writer and sculptor. Other HIV-positive women also contribute to the blog, which focuses on  HIV-related news and stories. Posts are often written with a humorous bent. The blog is updated several times per week.…

http://hivine.wordpress.com/
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HIV This Week

HIV This Week

Managed by the Chief Scientific Advisor to UNAIDS, this is a monthly journal blog that touches on key HIV/AIDS news and issues from cases all over the world from a factual standpoint, while also presenting various community, national, global, and faith-based responses. HIV This Week also discusses a variety of other aspects of the disease, including dealing with pediatric HIV/AIDS, human rights and ethics, social exclusion, and the cost of HIV treatments.…

http://hivthisweek.unaids.org/
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Living In The Bonus Round

Living In The Bonus Round

Living In The Bonus Round is a blog written by Steve Schalchlin, who is widely regarded as one of the first HIV/AIDS bloggers. He is a respected songwriter, musician, playwright, and actor with HIV who put his struggles of living with HIV/AIDS  into music. His blog discusses his daily life with HIV/AIDS, opinion on events, and other news and topics. He updates his blog a few times per week.…

http://bonusroundblog.blogspot.com/
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My Fabulous Disease

My Fabulous Disease

Mark S. King is a columnist and advocate for gay rights and people with HIV/AIDS. His site, “My Fabulous Disease,” discusses the challenges faced by people living with HIV, especially those who are gay. King, who is gay, was diagnosed with HIV at the age of 26. He also overcame an addiction to crystal methamphetamine. His website is updated every few days, and posts often have a humorous or quirky bent. The site also features columns, a regular blog, and …

http://www.myfabulousdisease.com/
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My HIV/AIDS Awareness

My HIV/AIDS Awareness

My HIV/AIDS Awareness is a blog by Kelly Markell, a father who has an HIV-positive son. After learning of his son’s diagnosis, Markell was motivated to help others make lifestyle changes and take control of their disease by becoming informed and educated about HIV and AIDS. The website is dedicated to providing support and information to individuals living with HIV and AIDS, and features a blog, information center, and store.…

http://www.myhivaidsawareness.com/
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My Journey with AIDS

My Journey with AIDS

Kenn Chaplin, a Canadian living near Montreal, was diagnosed with HIV in 1989 and has since weathered various AIDS-related illnesses, depression, and a recent diagnosis of bipolar disorder. What was meant to be a letter to a dying friend in 1993 is now a weekly blog that encompasses Chaplin’s retrospective struggles with coming out about his HIV-positive status, dealing with AIDS and the life-threatening illnesses and depression that followed, as well as his current thoughts on certain policies, treatments, and …

http://myjourneywithaids.wordpress.com/
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Project KengiKAT

Project KengiKAT

Project KengiKat is written by Kengi Carr, who spent over two years being homeless. During this time, he was also diagnosed as HIV positive. Kengi has developed two outreach programs, “Do Something Saturday” and “Unpluggin’ HIV,” to help those who are HIV positive and homeless or low-income. His blog shares his experiences with homelessness and HIV, as well as the experiences of others who have confronted similar challenges. …

http://www.dosomethingsaturday.org/blog/
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Regan’s POZ Blog

Regan’s POZ Blog

Regan Hofmann, editor-in-chief of POZ magazine and POZ.com, has been a national leader in promoting HIV/AIDS awareness and education ever since she appeared on the April 2006 cover of POZ. In that issue, Hofmann disclosed her HIV-positive status publicly for the first time since her diagnosis in 1996. In her blog, which she updates about once a week, she discusses various issues associated with HIV/AIDS, including the criminalization of people living with HIV and politics involving the disease, in order …

http://blogs.poz.com/regan/
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Shawn & Gwen

Shawn & Gwen

Shawn Decker was infected with HIV as a child through a blood transfusion for his hemophilia. Since then, Shawn has written a book about his experiences growing up with HIV, including discrimination and dating. Now married to Gwen Barringer, who does not have HIV, both Shawn and Gwen use their relationship to educate people about sex education, HIV prevention, and living with HIV. In their blog, the couple discusses their life together, their HIV prevention work, and their thoughts on …

http://www.shawnandgwenn.com/
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Still Arriving

Still Arriving

This blog features James McLarty-Lopes, a 27 year-old HIV-positive patient, who posts biweekly about his disease, side effects, medication regimen, and his general feelings. He gives advice through his own experiences about how newly diagnosed patients can come to terms with HIV and how HIV/AIDS patients do not have to let their condition lower the value and quality of their lives. He also discusses political factors like the health care debate. Lopes has recently admitted that along with being HIV …

http://stillarriving.blogspot.com/
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