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I was invited back on the show in I went back into the Big Brother house and my goal was to become the only two-time winner in the history of the show. Six days in, I was called to the Diary Room, where the producers had me sit down with the show doctor, who told me I had tested HIV positive. It was one of the most surreal experiences of my life. I felt as if I was walking through a dream. I figured that I could unburden myself of this secret I was keeping as well as help others living with the same fear of stigma as I had.
Having a failed relationship with my daughter who was on both seasons of Big Brother with me. The season I won, she came in second. Since I was well known, I was afraid of revealing my status to potential dates, for fear of them going to a tabloid for a payday. Why worry about what people think of you—chances are, they are way more fucked up than you are anyhow.
If you had to evacuate your house immediately, what is the one thing you would grab on the way out? You have been inactive for 60 minutes and will be logged out in. Any updates not saved will be lost. Home Basics. Copy Link. Share 1 Comment Print. My story is a bit different from most.
What three adjectives best describe you? Outgoing, outspoken, infamous.
What is your greatest achievement? Living my life on my own terms. What is your greatest regret? What keeps you up at night? That Atripla is a bitch for sleeping. If you could change one thing about living with HIV, what would it be? I have come to terms with it now and am OK with things the way they are. What is the best advice you ever received? What drives you to do what you do? You only go around once, so you have one shot to do as much and see as much as you can. What is your motto?
Three things: my dog and two cats—hands down, no question. If you could be any animal, what would you be? And why?
A monkey because there are some people who really deserve to have shit flung at them, LOL. The Discussion. Recovery Is Always Possible. If I Could Go Back. Against All Odds. Stay Logged In? Continue Log out.Evel dick hiv
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