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"One of the best ways to fight stigma and empower HIV-Positive people is by speaking out openly and honestly about who we are and what we experience."
Alex Garner, HIV Activist
SUCH A READ!
I have a passion for reading, ever since I was a little queer boy, I always had a book in my hand. As I got older, depression and anxiety got worse for me but reading a good book helped me take my mind off reality and brought me back to my imagination. Here are some books that I have read and will be sharing with you!
Find Your Destiny
Have you ever wanted to live the dream you always wanted? HAve you even started working on your dream, but weren't able to achieve it? Are you ready to embark on a journey to unlock the creative artist that lives inside of you and make your dreams come to life?
You Are A badass
A how to guide with 27 bite size chapters tfull of hilarious stories, sage advice, easy exercises and the occasional cursing, helping you to: 1) identify and change the self sabotage beliefs and behaviors. 2) create your life NOW! 3) make the money you fucking deserve!
Karamo: My story of embracing Purpose, Healing, and Hope
An insightful, candid, and inspiring memoir from Karamo Brown - Queer Eye's beloved culture expert - as he shares his stor for the first time, exploring how the challenges in his own life have allowed him to forever transform the lives of those in need.
Children of Blood and Bone
They killed my mother. They took our Magic. They tried to bury us. Now we RISE
No Ashes In The Fire.
Brillian, Courageous, Transparent, and wholly original... WIth this Book, Moore positions himself as one of the leading public intellectuals of our generation. More importantly, he has written a text that will inspire, and maybe even save, many lives - Marc Lamont Hill
All about love New Visions
A gracefully written volume.. her treatise offers a deeply personal and in the age of chicken soupy psychobabble - an unbashedly honest view of relationships - Entertainment Weekly
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