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TRUTH TUESDAY

Posted by Jessica Paul on December 3, 2019

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HIV Here & Now In honor of National World AIDS Day which was December 1st, 2019, this poem was re-posted by Jessica Paul. Original poem by: Vernita HallLetter from P-town Dear Gregory, As Pop would say, I’m as happy as a faggot in Boystown—literally. ‘Cause that’s where I am! You and Richard would love it here. Nearly every passing face looks up and smiles. But they hesitate first, searching for—the welcome, I think. Acceptance. And

THURSDAY THOUGHTS

Posted by Jessica Paul on November 28, 2019

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5 Ways LGBT Youth Can Survive Thanksgiving Dinner With Crazy Uncle BobArticle by: Klint Kendrick Reposted by: Jessica Paul The winter holidays may be the most wonderful time of the year for some people, but many LGBT youth find it’s a season they would rather skip right past. Not only is it cold and dark outside, but LGBT youth are often forced to spend time with family members who are less than supportive. There’s also

TRUTH TUESDAY

Posted by Jessica Paul on November 26, 2019

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My Lover Is a Woman Poem by: Pat Parker Reposted by: Jessica Paul I. my lover is a woman& when i hold herfeel her warmth     i feel good     feel safe then—i never think ofmy family’s voicesnever hear my sisters saybulldaggers, queers, funny     come see us, but don’t     bring your friends          it’s ok with us,          but don’t tell mama          it’d break her heartnever feel my fatherturn in his gravenever hear my mother cryLord, what kind of

THURSDAY THOUGHTS

Posted by Jessica Paul on November 21, 2019

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Busting the Myths on PrEP for HIV- Fact or Fiction Quiz Fact or Fiction: I can get HIV by being around people who are HIV positive. Fact or Fiction: If both partners are HIV positive, there is no need to use a condom. Fact or Fiction: Once you start taking Prep, you can never stop.Fact or Fiction: PrEP is a new way to prevent HIV. Fact or Fiction: You should get tested for HIV immediately before and at

TRUTH TUESDAY

Posted by Jessica Paul on November 19, 2019

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In recognition of December 1, 2018, which was World AIDS Day,  a group of poems by contemporary poets were gathered that addressed the AIDS epidemic through a personal and social lens. (For more information on how to recognize and honor World AIDS Day, visit the awareness section of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services website.) Even though World AIDS Day has yet to approach us this year, we can still reflect on the impact that this