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I maintained a facade: a good job, lots of friends, a gym membership.But I knew I wasn't okay, and felt that keeping my inner trauma a secret was going to make me explode like a shaken pop can.

“The main message from our research is that HIV-positive Canadian women can and do enjoy meaningful intimate relationships and healthy sexuality after HIV." The team is using survey data collected from the Canadian HIV Women’s Sexual and Reproductive Health Cohort, or CHIWOS, which is following 1,425 women in Canada living with HIV over time— the largest study of its kind in the world.

Using the data to characterize the women's romantic relationships, the researchers are then examining how the relationship patterns of HIV-positive women are connected to positive aspects of sexual wellbeing, like pleasure and love.

He had a young daughter from a previous relationship, and in my mind I'd deprived her of a healthy dad by not getting tested for HIV beforehand.

It turned out that my boyfriend had known even before he met me that he was HIV but kept it from me.

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