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Welcome to Our Stories: Ending HIV Stigma, a podcast about women, by women living with HIV in Australia to challenge the myths and stereotypes that feed HIV stigma. To listen click on the episodes below.

We share our stories of achieving our personal and career goals, navigating sex and relationships, and our journey through pregnancy and motherhood in this new era of Undetectable equals Untransmittable (U=U). Our stories are real, unfiltered and always inspiring. Hosted by Heather Ellis, a journalist and author, who has lived with HIV since 1995. Original podcast music by Mark Daniel. Podcast artwork by Carolina Relander.

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Living with HIV in 2022: Steph Lee on Fair Bit Going On PODCAST

Steph was diagnosed with HIV in 2020 and has recently become public with her status. She is a 25-year-old woman who contracted HIV from her ex-boyfriend.

Steph is the guest on the podcast Fair Bit Going On hosed by Teri Kearns who herself received a false/positive HIV test in 2022 and from her experience is now helping to stop HIV stigma.

In this conversational-style interview, Steph shares her experience of receiving her diagnosis, how doctors at first failed to test her for HIV when she was in hospital, how she navigated telling family and friends, what her life looks like now living with HIV, and how she can NEVER transmit HIV to anyone else with the medication she is on.

LISTEN to Living with HIV in 2022: Steph Lee

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