- @Ethanma8 is a South African HIV activist who uses her platform to break the stigma surrounding the virus
- She recently shared that although she is HIV-positive, her partner and three kids are all HIV-negative
- @Ethanma8's post gained tons of responses from people thanking her for being a voice of encouragement
@Ethanma8 is an HIV activist. She tries her best to raise awareness of the virus through her platform on Twitter. Recently, she shared an amazing post about her three children and her relationship.
@Ethanma8 spoke about HIV-positive people taking their medication correctly, explaining that taking her pill has given her three HIV-negative children as well as an HIV-negative partner. @Ethanma8 added a few cute pics to accompany her post.
She went on to say that if people with a positive HIV diagnosis continue on the correct path of taking their medication, their viral load will be undetectable.
Take a look at her inspiring post below:
Below are just a few of the responses her post received:
"You are an inspirational and courageous woman. Thank you for speaking out. People like you help to break the stigma of HIV, educate people, and save lives. We need more like you. Did I also mention that you have a beautiful family?"
"Beautiful. We all need a reminder from time to time that people can live perfectly normal lives with HIV. This is wholesome."
"You are an instrument of encouragement! May the good Lord bless you and also give you more courage to carry on. You and your family are blessed. Thanks for speaking out."
@LNtakwende responded with:
"I like your spirit and your positivity as well, keep on encouraging us."
In similar news, Briefly.co.za previously reported on a young lady who shared hope and encouragement for those living with HIV/Aids. Asanda Dayimani spoke about her HIV status in an attempt to raise awareness of living with the virus.
Asanda shared some gorgeous pictures of herself with an inspiring caption to accompany them. She has been living with HIV for three years now and tried to encourage those who may receive a positive diagnosis by saying that they're not alone in this journey.
Asanda urged those who received a positive diagnosis to stay calm when they find out. She said that living with HIV doesn't stop one from living a long, happy and fulfilled life. Asanda added that she doesn't regard her status as a "big deal" any more.
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