kudos, helps others learn the need to be tested, be safe and move forward, it’s not the ‘end of life’ it was once thought of, thanks
profiles in courage
All the praise goes to this brave young man. For the struggling gay youth and HIV-afflicted individuals, he represents a good role model that being HIV positive is not the end of the world.
Praise indeed to this young man who has had the courage to reveal his HIV status. I think this clearly demonstrates that when diagnosed early & treated at the appropriate time HIV is very much an illness that does not restrict the life of people living with HIV.
Of course there are always some individuals who because of other health problems or late diagnosis will not fair so well, but it is great to see a young successful athlete doing so well.
All credit to him; I really hope this insprires other PLWHIV to be able to be more open about their status, & also will encourage more regular testing amongst gay men & the population in general.
I was diagnosed with HIV seven years ago, my family and friends have been great and totally suppotive as has my loving partner of the past ten years I find most negativity in fact comes from my own commuity Kudos to Greg for having the balls to come out and tell the world