Have you ever been marginalized while doing your HIV advocacy? If so, how did you feel? How did you handle it?
Do you view A.I. as a useful tool or as more of a threat when it comes to the future of HIV advocacy?
Since we just celebrated the Fourth of July, do you feel like, as an HIV positive person, you have lost your independence in any way?
What do you see as the greatest threat to people living with HIV, and what should be done to prevent or change it?
What stigmatizing HIV message did you have to overcome and how does that show up in the way you maneuver in the world today?
U=U means you have gotten HIV under control, but what about YOU? How did you heal yourself mentally / emotionally from the experience of receiving a positive diagnosis?
Did HIV factor into your decision to have or not have children? Explain why or why not.
Has your HIV diagnosis changed how you feel about love?
How does HIV factor into your goals you set for yourself
What specific experience in 2022 has impacted or changed the way you are going to approach living with HIV in 2023?
Who would you give thanks to for helping you to be where you are today in your HIV journey?
Have you ever experienced stigmatizing language or behaviour when engaging with any healthcare professional about your HIV? If so, what needs to be done differently to ensure it never happens again?
Do you feel that being an HSWM Spokesmodel can be a heavy burden, why or why not?
As someone living with HIV, how are you navigating life in a post Covid world and with the emergence of Monkeypox?
As someone living with HIV, what does “healthcare is a human right” mean to you?
The category is Pride: What did you have to SLAY in order to find your pride?
As someone living with HIV, do you feel that your own “sexiness” or sexuality is limited?
Knowing your own journey with HIV, what tool from your toolbox would you give to your younger self?
Who is a woman or girl that has directly or indirectly shaped your advocacy?