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    coming out party finally hits australia. although they didn't think i am that funny. this, from the country whose biggest comedic achievement is crocodile dundee. screw them!
    "hooking up in the real world," hosted by coral and myself. it ended up pretty good.
    "coming out" stories told by comedians and writers. not a comedy show, per se, but is often funny.

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    Dan I think there is a second wave coming. There is this "oh I'll just take a pill and be fine" mentality. And all that barebacking porno sure doesn't help.


    Someone was talking about this w/ me online. So remember his meeting Pedro, and their commitment ceremony (I don't think they called it a wedding - if they had, I would too).

    It is obvious that he took Pedro's words to heart, the quote I found tonight... the last words, the until his dying breath he will be a person living with his disease are words to live by whether you have AIDS, cancer, MS, Lou Gehrigs... or just one to feel aches and pains when you get up...

    "There’s not one second of my day that I’m not aware that I’m HIV positive, but that doesn’t mean that my happier moments less happy. And I don’t want to forget that I have AIDS. And I don’t want you to forget that I have AIDS. You have to understand that AIDS is part of my life. It’s my reality. It’s who I am. I will probably not see the age of 30. I will probably die before I turn 30 years of age—but that, of course, is statistically speaking. And what I have to remind myself of, constantly, is that I’m not a statistic. I am a human being. And somehow, you have to find some type of meaning to your life. I have to believe that there’s a sense to all of this—that all the pain that I’m going through, that all the anger, that all the frustration—that there’s something bigger than that. And I believe in a God. And I have this belief that God is never going to give me something more than I can handle at a day’s time. My reality today, is that I’m a person living with AIDS; I’m not dying, I am living with it. And until my last breath, I will be a person living with AIDS." - Pedro Zamora

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