Welcome to Real Stories, Real People!

August 10th, 2011


The REAL STORIES, REAL PEOPLE Project features a diverse group of HIV positive individuals, up close and personal, sharing their stories. These individuals are sharing their experiences, strengths and hope in an effort to inspire people to create the change necessary to combat the HIV pandemic and eradicate the HIV- related Stigma.

The Project aims to advocate the elimination of stigma associated with HIV/AIDS among the general public; help increase public understanding of HIV/AIDS and people infected/affected by the virus; and reduce the transmission rates.

The REAL STORIES, REAL PEOPLE Project is the Anti-stigma and HIV Awareness Raising program produced by The Friends of AIDS Foundation.

On this site you will have the opportunity to interact with each Featured Guest on their personal pages, learn more about HIV/AIDS, ask questions, find answers, get advice, and acquire a better understanding of what it is like to be infected with/affected by HIV.

WE INVITE YOU TO COME IN AND EXPERIENCE A DAY IN THE LIFE

OF THESE AMAZING INDIVIDUALS!

Current Featured Guests


TO ACCESS INDIVIDUAL GUEST PAGES,
VISIT THE GUEST’S LINK ON THE UPPER RIGHT SIDE OF THIS PAGE.

About The Friends of AIDS Foundation

August 7th, 2011

The Friends of AIDS Foundation is a volunteer driven organization dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for HIV positive individuals and empowering people to make healthy choices to prevent the spread of the HIV virus.

We stand for and represent a diverse community of people. We are committed to leading efforts to combat this disease  by delivering innovative programs that will  help change the future course of the HIV pandemic. To learn more about the work of The Friends of AIDS Foundation, please visit: http://www.friendsofaids.org.

If you are HIV positive and interested in becoming a Featured Guest for REAL STORIES, REAL PEOPLE, please send an email to: info@friendsofaids.org.  Please include RSRPFG in the subject line.

Disclaimer

August 7th, 2011

The views and opinions expressed by any individual on Real Stories, Real People are those of the individual alone; and do not necessarily reflect those of The Friends of AIDS Foundation. The Friends of AIDS Foundation is not responsible for the accuracy of any of the information contained in Real Stories, Real People or within any comments posted to Real Stories, Real People.

The Friends of AIDS Foundation makes no representations or warranties and expressly disclaims any and all liability concerning any treatment or action by any person following the information offered or provided within Real Stories, Real People. If you have specific concerns or find yourself in a situation in which you require professional or medical advice, you should consult with an appropriately trained and qualified specialist.

Real Stories, Real People may contain messages that are inappropriate for some audiences. Since HIV infection is spread primarily through sexual behavior or by sharing needles, content on Real Stories, Real People may address these topics. If you are not seeking such information or may be offended by such materials, please exit Real Stories, Real People.

We like Real Stories, Real People to be a friendly place. The Friends of AIDS Foundation reserves the right to remove content that is intended to offend or attack.


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