Hey, Remember Us? is a podcast where people living with HIV tell stories about what it’s like to live with a stigmatized illness that no one really talks about anymore.
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Demi Wylde: Sexual Deviant
Podcaster, blogger, and author Demitri Wylde talks to us about being a sexual deviant, the aftereffects of relationship trauma, and living with HIV.
To be a guest on our show, contact Wes at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Links to Demitri Wylde's books and podcast are below:
Bitter Blue Pill
All Was Nothing in the Time of Champions
A Cosmic Journey with Demi & J
Richard talks about his HIV diagnosis, the persistent stigma around HIV, and how he earned the label of "long-term survivor".
To learn more, visit www.aidsresource.com
Shake the Disease: Shawn Decker & Gwenn Barringer
HIV advocate Shawn Decker and his wife, Gwen Barringer, share their story and talk about the importance of U = U in a show where Depeche Mode figures prominently.
Two Steps Forward...
Trans visibility in the media has increased over the past decade, but so have attacks on trans folks, particularly from state and federal lawmakers. Eric Rega from Mazzoni Center in Philadelphia discusses progress in the trans community, and the potential costs of being more visible, as well as how to be a better ally to your trans friends.
Learn more about the work of Mazzoni Center at https://www.mazzonicenter.org.
Jesse Milan (MY-lan) joins us to talk about the work that AIDS United is doing with the new administration, and what to watch for at this year's AIDSWatch event.
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Just Keep Swimming
Most of us would struggle to overcome an HIV diagnosis and substance abuse struggles. Diana did it. Hear how on this week's episode.
If you're struggling with substance abuse disorder and are ready to seek help, contact SAMHSA at www.samhsa.gov
I want to personally thank this show for allowing me to come on and share my story. It was an amazing experience and such an important topic to discuss with other people affected by HIV. 🖤Demi