Tolerance opens our eyes to the world.

Yves, Outaouais, visually impaired, loves reading, HIV positive.

« I have been in a relationship for the past 21 years and my husband is HIV negative. This goes to show that with basic precautions, one can prevent HIV transmission within a couple. »

Commentaires (14)

Jo Anne Harris

Déc 16, 2012 at 10:39

Yves, you are a true inspiration. Enjoy your beautiful life everyday, as I know you do.

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Richard Lisi

Déc 14, 2012 at 10:56

Yves ,it broke my heart to watch this. I was in shock for a few seconds, and you are always in my prayers and thoughts. we have all lost so many people in our short lives to this scurge, I am thankful to God you are still with us, and supporting all of us in this fight. God Bless you my friend !

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Adam

Déc 01, 2012 at 9:19

It was wonderful Yves Thank You for sharing that with the world.

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Mark Rothstein

Déc 01, 2012 at 1:06

Yves, I am unable to put into words how proud and honored I am to know you. Your courage, in both living with HIV and in giving testimony to its real life ramifications, is beyond measure. I hope that you are able to continue disseminating your message of hope and tolerance for many years to come. Thank you. xoxo

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Lou

Déc 01, 2012 at 12:33

Thank you for speaking up on a subject that most people would prefer to ignore. I have lived with this disease for 25 years, and I have been fortunate. I have not yet suffered as a direct result of my infection. I truly hope to see a cure in my lifetime.

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Wendy

Nov 30, 2012 at 5:55

My dear friend. I have had the pleasure of knowing you for many years; yet you continue to astound me with your courage, your forthrightness and your passion for making the world a better place for us all. Bravo for your message. I look forward to many more years of friendship and feel blessed to have you in my life.

Love, Wendy

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Debra Lankford

Nov 30, 2012 at 4:44

Kudos to Yves and all the others here that have shared their stories. It is only through education that change can be made. Yves, I plan to share your video with my daughter so she can educate my grandchildren. You are touching so many people’s lives with your story. Thank you so much for doing so!

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Andrew Rossi

Nov 30, 2012 at 1:04

Yves has spoken so eloquently about living with HIV and its ramifications. He seems to be a tranquil guy living life to its fullest. I think his message should be brought to the United States because HIV doesn’t know boundaries . I would like to see Yves message brought to the United States and beyond.

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John Schreckengost

Nov 30, 2012 at 1:03

Wonderful message Yves! You are a great spokesman!

John

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Robert Rowan

Nov 28, 2012 at 11:46

Well done Yves, I admire you for this and your continued advocacy. Thanks, Robert

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Wendyl Harris

Nov 28, 2012 at 8:52

Excellent & to the point. Most of us of a certain age recall very well that the advent of HIV brought a new era in education around sexual health but over the years, as conditions have changed, much of that dialogue has fallen by the wayside and new generations are growing up uninformed. Promoting discussion & openness is vital. Thank you.

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ANGELA MARIE COBBS

Nov 28, 2012 at 7:33

MAGNIFIQUE, YVES. MUCH LOVE TO YOU AND YOUR HUSBAND <3

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Ruthanne Spetsiotes

Nov 28, 2012 at 7:27

Informative and wish there was more,beautifully spoken!

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Laurette

Nov 28, 2012 at 6:18

Wonderful message Yves, thanks for all your work!
Amitiés
laurette

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