I'm a mother and a refugee: I also have HIV

Lebo is a woman from Africa, living in Scotland. She sought asylum in Scotland and has been granted refugee status. Read more

HIV and my rights at work

This is the experience of Paul, a man with HIV in Scotland, told in his own words. This excerpt focuses on his experiences relating to work, HIV and rights. Read more

My life with HIV, as a man in my 50s

This is the testimony of a fifty year old heterosexual man living with HIV. He discusses the impact of living with HIV. Read more

By being involved I can make a difference

This is John's story about his experiences being involved in services for people living with HIV. Read more

Turning my challenges to changes

Pete was diagnosed early in 2014 and here he talks about how his life has changed and some of the challenges he has faced Read more

My partner has HIV and I don't

We asked Andrew about how HIV affects their lives, the impact his partner's HIV status has had on him and the support he feels he could benefit from. Read more

Why I think it's better to know

Nick talks about how he found out he had HIV and why he wants people to understand what it is to have an undetectable viral load. Read more

A Year with HIV: From Diagnosis to Chairing the PPF

Michelle was diagnosed with HIV a year ago, and here she talks about her journey in that year, from diagnosis to chairing the Positive Persons’ Forum. Read more

Ageing and HIV: A Positive Persons' Perspective

In his own words, David talks about his concerns and hopes about his life with HIV as he approaches 50. Read more