HIV/AIDS Knockout

5 Years Since The Diagnosis

This blog post will find you a couple days before World AIDS Day which is on December 1st, 2017. Although we deal with HIV/AIDS awareness and education and what not on this day, the work does not stop and start on one day. It is an on going thing.   I chose this time to write this blog post, because today marks 5 years since, I found out that I had contracted HIV.  I will never forget that day for as long as I shall live. It was in 2012.   I had went in for my routine testing which was every 3-6 months.  I acknowledged that I was doing some risky sexual behaviors. Mind you I was a former sex worker, amateur porn star, and just living dangerously. I did hard drugs which is a constant struggle, but I'm yet holding on.   I had already had a dream months prior that I would end up positive, but the next day I had taken a test that came back negative, meaning that at that time I was not termed positive or the test was non reactive.  However, a few months later I decided to get tested…

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Should White People Adopt Black Children? @TalkItOut_Pod

As Per Talk It Out Podcasts Episode Description:
TW: suicide In this episode Gabby, Joy, and KT discuss "interracial" adoption and if they think it's a good idea. They then begin discussing why millennials resort to social media for help with their mental illness. Joy and KT get into a heated debate about if people go on there to seek attention. ...They made up later all is well....

Transgender Day of Rememberance

Today Marks, Transgender Day of Remembrance.  Today we speak the names of Transgender people who have been murdered, loss their lives, and have gone on to be with the ancestors.
This year alone there has been 25 trans people predominantly of color killed. There may be many more that have not been reported.
Let's continue to fight for transgender rights and to educate others about transgender life.  It is sad however that people will hear our words but still choose to live under a cloud of ignorance.  Trans lives matter too!!!