Stan Stoj and Linda
Look at the people you’re in contact with every day; some of them you confide in, some are very important to you. Now imagine that these people disappeared within a few years. This is the devastation caused by AIDS. All people are important. Cherish those you love.
I decided to make the disclosure of my HIV status part of my Eagle Scout project. People often ask me what my plans are, because, I think, they want to know if somebody with AIDS has long-term plans. I’ve been living with this virus for close to ten years now, and I don’t think of myself as a victim. I’m just a person living with a virus. My long-term plans are simple: in 2008, I’m running for President.
The Swim Team
Swimming provides a good excuse to shower with thirty other guys.
Isaac Chabrier, age 3
Isaac tested positive for the virus at birth, but his status has since converted to HIV negative.
To dance is to live. Dancing connects me to God, myself, my fellow man, and most importantly, to life itself.
Friends in Deed
Cy O’Neal, founder (with cap) and Friends.