Archive for July, 2015

This week in HIV/AIDS, July 27, 2015

This week in HIV/AIDS, July 27, 2015

People who are positive are not the cause of spreading HIV. People who don’t know their status are the cause.

July 27, 2015 Comments are Disabled HIV/AIDS
Why Santorum Matters

Why Santorum Matters

The Rachel Maddow interview with Rick Santorum is getting discussed, but mostly to celebrate Maddow schooling him in Civics. But Santorum said some very important things that are worth being aware of.

July 24, 2015 Comments are Disabled Election, general
This Week in HIV/AIDS July 18, 2015

This Week in HIV/AIDS July 18, 2015

Ending the epidemic of HIV is actually very simple: frequent testing; following safer sex practices; and for those who are positive, adhering to treatments so that your viral load remains undetectable.

July 18, 2015 Comments are Disabled general, HIV/AIDS
This week in HIV/AIDS, July 11, 2015

This week in HIV/AIDS, July 11, 2015

I often post my weekly HIV/AIDS post on Monday or Tuesday, but I’m going to jump in and post it today, as the topic regards Sunday July 12. A link to the HuffPost story I’m quoting is below. The article is powerful and inspiring, and a must read in my opinion. The black church has always been a place of power for the African-American community. It was where black leaders secretly preached the gospel of[Read More…]

July 11, 2015 Comments are Disabled HIV/AIDS
Delta Foundation Web Site Hacked

Delta Foundation Web Site Hacked

Surely, any organization that depends upon their visibility can spend a minuscule fraction of that million dollars to have a reliable web presence.

July 7, 2015 Comments are Disabled Gay Pride
Are Delta Foundation Problems Limited to Transparency?

Are Delta Foundation Problems Limited to Transparency?

Delta Foundation has been embroiled in controversy this Pride season. It appears little Delta says can be taken as accurate information and their problems are greater than a lack of transparency.

July 7, 2015 Comments are Disabled Gay Pride, general
This week in HIV/AIDS, July 6, 2015

This week in HIV/AIDS, July 6, 2015

A recent study in monkeys is being touted as great news and a real break through when it comes to finding a vaccine to protect people from being infected with HIV. The quote here is from a report on latinoshealth.com: … the research team has incorporated the vaccine in monkeys by means of adenovirus 26, a common cold virus, to help develop antibodies. A second vaccine containing a surface protein of HIV is then added.[Read More…]

July 6, 2015 Comments are Disabled general, HIV/AIDS
Website changes for thomascwaters.com.

Website changes for thomascwaters.com.

I’m pleased to say, thomascwaters.com isn’t going anywhere and I’ll keep blogging as long as I have readers and opinions I believe are worth sharing.

July 4, 2015 Comments are Disabled general
Freedom Isn’t Free: Thoughts for Independence Day

Freedom Isn’t Free: Thoughts for Independence Day

I am however, going to become a broken record telling all my readers why it is crucial to turn out and vote in every election. Because Freedom is free, and the cost of freedom is voting.

July 4, 2015 Comments are Disabled Activism, general, Vote!
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