hiv aware

Because of all the negativity we see in the media, here are some good things that have happened this year-

• Over 1500 underage human traffickers have been arrested already this current year. The numbers that are normally seen are around the 400-500 for the ENTIRE year, so this is a huge deal.
• American Teenager High School graduation rate reached a historic high of 83.2% in the year of 2016.
• India came together and planted a record breaking amount of trees in one day, with a total close to 50 million. 800,000 people were in on this effort.
• There is now a vaccine for Ebola.
• 93% of the world’s children learned to read and write this year, which is only the highest percentage in all of human history (2016).
• Giant pandas, green sea turtles and humpback whales are no longer endangered.
• World Hunger has reached its lowest point in 25 years.
• NASA grew the first ever space flower!!

• In the U.S- heart-attack has decreased by 70%
• Child morality rate is increasing more then ever.
• HIV cure is coming closer!
• New therapy created in Israel could cure radiation sickness.
• The ozone layer is slowly repairing itself
• The world has made massive strides in Alzheimer’s Awareness.
• Crime has decreased drastically in the world
• Volunteers in India planted 50 Million trees in just less then 24 hours.

Like/reblog this post if you'd participate in a weekly LGBT film stream

Here’s what I got so far:
-every Sunday I’ll stream a movie
-every last Sunday of the month there will be a double feature
-every Sunday in June will be a double feature
-I’ll have polls so you guys can choose the movie for the week
-there will be themed weeks (TDoR/V, HIV/AIDS awareness, QPoC, basic holidays etc.,etc.)
-maybe movie discussions

HIV/AIDS EVENTS in United States

feb.07 - National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day 

mar.10 - National Women & Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

mar.20 - National Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

apr.10 - National Youth HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

apr.18 - National Transgender HIV Testing Day

may.19 - National Asian & Pacific Islander HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

jun.05 - HIV Long-Term Survivors Day

jun.27 - National HIV Testing Day

sep.27 - National Gay Men’s HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

oct.15 - National Latinx HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

dec.01 - World AIDS Day


Dark skin model of the week

Model Mary Esther Were 

Born in 1989, Nairobi, Kenya 

  • Were is a marketing Administrator for CNBC Africa and Forbes Africa 
  • She is a trained journalist from The Daystar University
  • She was crowned Miss Kenya 2017 and ranked in the top 6 of the 2017 Miss Universe pageant in Philippines 
  • She is  a very well known model in Kenya 
  • An advocate for Environmental conservation, HIV awareness and drug rehabilitation 

I’m excited to share the first episode of Tested, a comic I’ve been working on in collaboration with the New York State Department of Health, AIDS Institute and writer Josh Billig. The comic is being made as part of the AIDS Institute’s app called @ygetit, which is designed primarily for young people living with HIV and helping them live healthier lives.


That’s TODAY y'all, starting in about 10.5 hours. Sorry for not finding out until last night. If you’re anywhere near the Big Easy please show your support. I think the doc being screened, TransEmpowered, features Blossom Brown of I Am Cait fame.



Reminder: Today is National Transgender HIV Testing Day 2017

Did you know?

  • Globally, transgender women are nearly 50 percent more likely to be living with HIV than the general population.
  • HIV prevalence among African-American transgender women is estimated to be 56 percent compared with a prevalence among white trans women of 17 percent.
  • In the United States, it is estimated that about 1.4 million adults currently identify as transgender.

Routine HIV testing and awareness are integral to the health of transgender people. Are you #DoingIt?

February 7 is National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

Some good news: HIV rates have decreased 66 percent among Black New Yorkers since 2001. Getting educated, tested and staying healthy with treatment are all easier than you might think.

Here’s what you can do:


Kayden Gray, one of my favorite porn stars just came out as HIV positive. I’m so grateful he made this video. A video like this would have helped me so much when I found out I was HIV positive and I’m sure it’ll help others.

The signs as Grindr profiles

Aries: smiley selfie, “say hi😘 promise i’m nice” 2 miles away. happy gay.

Taurus: seems very serious, headless and shirtless full-body shot, “dtf” hookup gay.

Gemini: super hot selfie and a welcoming attitude. buuuut it turns out to be a catfish. fake gay.

Cancer: cute, conservative selfie, no label, “please be respectful” in the bio. normal gay.

Leo: full body shot of a gay In underwear. seductive eyes. “you know what to do” somewhere in bio. pretends to be surprised if recognized on the street. slutty gay.

Virgo: profile is based around spreading hiv/aids awareness and access to testing. very smart-looking, but will never reply. good gay.

Libra: selfie emphasizing rolled-up skinny jeans. obviously fashion forward. septum piercing. “don’t know why i’m on here” indie gay.

Scorpio: real life name as label. artist by trade. very passionate about life. “420 friendly” chill gay

Sagittarius: college student. talks about books in bio. says he likes “tea and learning about people.” still down to hookup. brainy gay

Capricorn: made up name. will only go to coffee with an instagram model. writes witty responses to the creepy old men who send messages. realistic gay.

Aquarius: cute smile. painted nails. makes cheesy game of thrones reference in his bio. talks a lot, but not too much. solid gay.

Pisces: blank profile. “discreet” written in bio. 2343 feet away. fishy gay.