Do You See HIV?
Author: Lucy Wanjiku, Kenya
Seeing my little girl grow, has added so much value to my life and I am a better person because of her. I cannot imagine life without her, not for anything in this world. To think that someone behind closed doors can decide for a second, that just because of my HIV status I do not deserve to have a child shutters the core of my being. If only this person would take a walk a mile in our shoes.
Experiences of being a woman living with HIV
Author: CYWAG Member Wales
My community of children living with HIV was a small one, there are currently about 1200 children in the UK living with HIV. Within my community there are so many amazing people that have gone before me and have been such a good helping hand when I am in a time in which I feel like nobody understands.
Is Breast Best?
Author: CYWAG Member UK
For women living with HIV, breastfeeding has often been vilified and potentially criminalized because of its potential to transmit HIV. However, breastfeeding can be a good option and in many cases a necessity in resource limited countries where women often have to make difficult trade-offs between HIV prevention goals and poor nutrition.
An Interview with Susan Paxton, PhD - The Global Advocate
Author: Sarah Feagan, Australia
Susan has been a mentor, a life saver and a dear friend to me. We met because of my HIV diagnosis and have become family. She is also a mother, hard core change maker, author, documentary film maker, artist, advocate, educator and matriarch of the HIV community globally.
HIV & ME
Author: Sarah, Australia
8 years has passed since my diagnosis, and my focus has really tuned in to the needs of all women. Trans women, young and old women, CALD (Cultural & Linguistic Diverse) women. Such diversity and intensity. I am so excited so see where the next few years will take me.