No more did I concentrate on men who only wanted me in the shadows and in the midnight hour. Luckie was teaching me that as a HIV+ trans woman of color I deserve to be love and treated with respect. We have been very successful with PrEP In our lives, it’s helped us maintain Luckie’s HIV- status. I hope by sharing our different love paths to each other, we can inform the community that love has no fear when it’s love leading the way.
It was great to feel like I didn’t have to limit myself in certain ways when escorting, and it made me feel truly empowered to be taking the reins of my own destiny. I’ve been PrEPpy for over a year now, and, though stigma is still there, I still take it upon myself to talk about the benefits of taking PrEP while in the Sex Work field, and take the stigma out of both.
One day, a dude I liked did not have an ID and wanted to have sex. So I got the condom, went on the side of the building, gave dude the condom thinking he would respect my health and me. I turned my back because I seen the condom go on. But dude took the condom off.
Project Inform and Outshine NW enthusiastically announce the launch of a new educational resource on Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) for transgender women…
Ella es una trabajadora sexual y después de hablar sobre la PrEP con su doctor, ella pensó que la PrEP sería una buena opción extra para evitar contraer el VIH.
The U.S. Women and PrEP Working Group presented a wonderful webinar on the topic of “Transgender Women and PrEP: What’s the Latest?”