Can we have video meetings?
1) Who would like to have a Video chat every Sunday around 2 PM Eastern time (New York time)
2) What platform would you prefer the video chat to be on? Google Duo, Zoom, Skype, etc
We usually used Zoom, but the account it was under expired. We did a Google Duo and it didn't have a way to have everyone put their names on the screen. I have never used Skype or any other video chat sites. So we need to agree on a platform that we can use.
3) I can get the video chat up, and running for… read more
It be nice Zoom
Did anyone catch this weekend update on SNL and the “joke” about AIDS? Heres the link. The video is about half way down the page. Id love to hear your thoughts on this…
Season Greetings myHIVteam. Welcome to an informative video on HIV/AIDS Symptoms, Stages, and Early Warning Signs. In the next few minutes, we will present a person on YouTube who will explore the key aspects of this critical health topic, providing you with essential knowledge to understand and recognize the signs associated with HIV/AIDS from one persons perspective. From initial symptoms to the progression through stages, we aim to empower you with valuable insights into the early warning… read more
Everyone does not go through any warning signs or symptoms of HIV.
As a long termer diagnosed in the 80's watching my friends die left and right, and fearful I would be next, I always took solace knowing Larry was there fighting for our survival. I took part in some of his activism through ACT UP during the days Reagan would not acknowledge HIV/AIDS or give any funding because it was known only as a Gay Disease. Larry leaves a tremendous legacy for all that are living with HIV/AIDs.
As CNN reports, "Larry died in the timespan of our current pandemic, and… read more
Larry was all that. I was diagnosed in 1982 in San Francisco. I loved Act Up.
May he test in peace😇
I found this episode so fascinating. It starts out with Typhoid Mary but then talks about the origin on HIV. Its a podcast. Here is the link https://radiolab.org/podcast/patient-zero-updated. Tell me your thoughts. Please share if you have found something with lots of information like this.
I would love to see something like this put into a video, I feel it would both educate and combat stigma.
I'm wondering about the difference in how newly diagnosed people compare to long timers when we first find out.
I knew I was going to live longer due to the mindset I put my self in, I saw my sister die with Aids 1994, I wanted to live on so I did, 💔
Whether it be our physical, mental, or spiritual selves, sometimes we find ourselves overwhelmed by it all.
What are some of the things that you do to escape or help you out?