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I realized how lucky I’ve been to live such a normal, fulfilling life with HIV, and I wanted to do everything I could to make sure others had the same opportunities.
I started by walking in my first AIDS walk, and after that I started working with the AIDS Foundation of Chicago and sharing my story publicly in news segments and in newspapers.
I even started planning a gala for HIV awareness, and just a few weeks before it, Jordan messaged me again.
I told him that it would actually be really easy to have a relationship without passing the virus.
It turned out that the distance made things much more complicated than my HIV did, and we decided to not pursue a long-distance relationship at that time. After Jordan’s reassuring reaction, though, I decided to start advocating for HIV awareness.
I immediately thought about my boyfriend at the time, who I had been dating for a year.
The doctors didn’t know how long I’d been HIV-positive, so I worried that I might have passed it to him without even knowing.
It was painful, and one of them was so big, I could see it protruding from my neck.
I went to a primary care doctor, who gave me antibiotics that helped the swelling some.
Of course, after I told him how I contracted HIV and how I was managing it well with medication, he did have some questions.
He asked how it would work if we started dating, since he was HIV negative.
Then, the first thing he asked was how I was taking care of myself.
He wanted to know how I felt, physically and emotionally.
I worried what he’d think of me, and I also worried that because of my status, he wouldn’t think it was worth it to pursue a relationship with me.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating