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What I’ve learned about online dating as a woman living with HIV
Read my latest piece in iNews here…
Choosing to be homeless..
…for one night. SleepEasy shining a spotlight on homelessness whilst raising vital cash for YMCA Lincolnshire.
Teaching young people about HIV
Snippet from the BBC documentary Truth About HIV – watch me in action delivering a secondary school HIV workshop and hear my story. Lizzie Jordan – HIV Workshop from Think 2 Speak on Vimeo.
Let’s talk about sex, baby – TEDx talk
My TEDx talk – ironically advocating for dialogue via a monologue. Talking Think 2 Speak, sex education and HIV prevention comprising of the following toolkit: Condoms Sexual health testing TASP – Treatment as Prevention PEP and PrEP Conversations skills
World AIDS Day 2017 – meeting Prince Harry and Meghan Markle
Meeting Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to share my story and Think2Speak’s work
So very very proud of my place on Natwest’s WISE100 list recognising women in social enterprise. Incredibly humbling to be listed alongside people achieving truly remarkable things in social enterprise and investment. The list is a new initiative in partnership between the Natwest SE100 Index and… Read More
The Truth About HIV BBC One
I was one of the contributors to the BBC One The Truth About HIV documentary which aired last night and is now available to watch on iPlayer – click here to watch me in action! The programme shows some of the work I do in schools,… Read More
The Truth About HIV – BBC One 9pm tonight
Tonight’s the night! 9pm tonight (Thurs 25th May) you can spot me as I take part in the BBC One documentary ‘The Truth About HIV’. They featured me delivering one of Think2Speak’s HIV and Sexual Health awareness workshops in a Lincolnshire secondary school. I’m then… Read More
11 years I became Mummy & Daddy
11 years ago today I said goodbye to B, my child’s father, and I unexpectedly, suddenly became both Mummy and Daddy to J. J was just 13 months old then, and that meant that those early days were cruel and surreal; J was babbling and… Read More