We Need To Make Things Progress Through Change
Hi you all: My name is Jose and I am a 57 year old gay man with AIDS. I work towards a better understanding amongst all of us as a GLBT, HIV/AIDS and Human Rights advocate. I have had two sentimental relations in my lifetime, one, who I was with for seventeen years, who died of AIDS and my present hubby who has been fighting against discrimination, stigma and prejudice for fifteen years come May 12. I am a happy man, full of life and ideas which I usually put to work, and usually they do.
I was brought up by two avant-garde aunts, who knew as for what we are and most of all, backed us. I live in the beautiful but controversial Puerto Rico, even though we travel a lot to the States and internationally, basically to HIV/AIDS Conferences. Our family consists of a third member: our 2.7 pound, one year old chihuahua named, of course, Peewee. Personally I am working on a book about the embezzlement of $2.4 million HIV/AIDS’ dollars in which we both became spokepersons for patients. This took us to Congress and the White House to make sure that what had happened would never happen again!
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