The next episode of podcast series Probably True – Stories of Queer Life and Even Queer-er Sex is a World Aids Day special, with listener Bryan telling the story of how his HIV diagnosis was the best thing that could have happened to him.
In his own words, he talks about the agony of having to wait for his test results, how he handled telling his family and friends, and why the news was a blessing in disguise.
The episode, titled Positive will be available via Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and wherever podcasts are found from Monday, November 30 by searching ‘Probably True podcast’.
HIV Episodes Collection
Positive will also become the fifth episode in Probably True’s HIV Collection, available by clicking here
Other episodes in the collection:
Plague – A 10-minute(ish) potted history of the HIV epidemic and its effects on the LGBTQ+ community
Survivor – An intimate and inspiring chat with Marc Thompson, co-founder of Team PrEPster, on his experience as a black man being diagnosed with HIV at the height of the epidemic and how it changed his life.
Doctor – A two-part chat with Handsome Doctor Seán Cassidy, sexual health & HIV specialty registrar at 56 Dean Street, learning all about how the virus works, what the risks are and why knowledge is the most important tool in fighting the rise of new infections
Active – Author Paul Burston takes us on a trip down memory lane to talk about growing up in London in the 80s and 90s, and how the death of friends spurred him into activism with ACTUP
All episodes are available in the full episode listing via your favourite podcasting app, or by CLICKING HERE