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Our news cycle is so instantaneous now that by the time one thing happens, five minutes later something else happens and it is just as tragic…and our attention spans are so short that we forget.So we decided to do a motorcycle ride and raise awareness for that, and then year by year we keep doing different events to raise awareness for organizations or issues that we think need more attention.She and I had wanted to kind of really marry our love of riding motorcycles with our sort of lifelong ethical [responsibility].
I think my first experience with it was being in the car with my dad, who was driving me to school when I was in fifth or sixth grade and he was listening to the news and we had heard that Magic Johnson had come out and said that he had tested positive.
That was a weird moment because it opened up a dialogue between my father and I about so many things you don’t really talk about when you’re in fourth or fifth grade, and it gave the disease a face, because up until that point people didn’t feel like they could identify with the disease. In 2002 a friend of mine told me that he was HIV-positive, and it was a really interesting conversation because there was so much fear in the announcement and not because of the disease per se, but because of the fear that people wouldn’t love him anymore.
Tricia Helfer is going back to space for Syfy event series “Ascension.” Helfer plays the manipulative and dangerous Viondra Denniger, the captain’s wife.
Viondra regards herself as a not-so-secret power broker aboard the Ascension, a starship launched in 1963 by the U. government sent hundreds of men, women and children on a century-long voyage aboard to populate a new world.
It was one of the most interesting conversations I’ve ever had because I couldn’t understand how a person could think that this disease would make them unlovable.
And I realized in that moment that not only did I need to convince him that I’d love him until the end my life, but that this disease still had so much fear attached to it and so much stigma that I realized whatever I could do to help raise awareness and funds for this disease that I would do that for as long as I could. One of the beautiful things about people being young is that you believe that you’re invincible. For most of my life we’ve been living with the knowledge of HIV and AIDS…and you see people living a full life.
But in 2005 we found out that my boyfriend grew up with her husband.
They both rode, and Tricia and I at that point kind of took it upon ourselves to challenge each other to both get our licenses.
I think [kids] are not afraid enough of it anymore. I think as an adult, and as a person who is sexually active, it is your responsibility to get tested as much as you think you need to.
It’s a double-edged sword because you don’t want people to be afraid of this disease, but you want them to take precautions. If you are promiscuous and don’t use protection, I believe you should be tested as much as possible.