Ouvi dizer que, são nos pequenos frascos, que se encontram os melhores perfumes... Porém soou um frasco grande e sou um "perfumao bem bom" kkkkkkk
Life is not about doing everything on your own, you sometimes have to lean on someone even if it mean literally 😉 #balancinglifewithbae
missing the cold, missing the spooky szn, missing the east coast, missing the rain
Is there a thing as too many? 🤣🤣😂😂 #2014
MELANIN POPPING with the tan and glow
Thanks to my father!
But when she beats
She's a Kardashian
Written in the stars. TBT: LA times
Walk, walk fashion baby, work it move that bitch crazy 🔪👠👡 hahah 🤣❤
\\ Que o tempo leve embora toda saudade acumulado em meu peito, e te traga de volta para os meus dias serem mais completos, estou com saudade.
Döner Thursday at our office, thank you Ingram Micro & Lenovo! 👌🏼
Every week there is a pain... called monday.
Despite my shortcomings, struggles, and my worst critique... I’m really out here tryin’ to find 💖 and the few that truly know my character and background know I deserve the 🌎 Tryin’ my best to evolve my chest and back even more. Train and treat your body like a temple! I earnestly looked like a monster in that mirror 🔥🦍♥️
Stay SAFE, play it SMART 💡🙏🏻 Condom before contact
Always put on the condom before there's any contact between the penis and the vagina, mouth or anus. PrEP: Short for “pre-exposure prophylaxis,” PrEP is an HIV prevention strategy in which HIV-negative people take an oral pill once a day before coming into contact with HIV to reduce their risk of HIV infection. PrEP must be taken for at least 7 days to reach optimal levels of protection against HIV.
PEP: Short for “post-exposure prophylaxis,” PEP is an HIV prevention strategy in which HIV-negative people take anti-HIV medications after coming into contact with HIV to reduce their risk of HIV infection. PEP must be started within 72 hours after HIV exposure.
According to current estimates, around a quarter (22-28%) of transgender women are living with HIV, and more than half (an estimated 56%) of black/African American transgender women are living with HIV.
Among the 3 million HIV testing events reported to CDC in 2015, the percentage of transgender people who received a new HIV diagnosis was more than 3 times the national average.
Nearly two thirds of transgender women and men surveyed by the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) in 2014 and 2015 from 28 jurisdictions reported never testing for HIV. Many transgender people face stigma, discrimination, social rejection, and exclusion that prevent them from fully participating in society, including accessing health care, education, employment, and housing. These factors affect the health and well-being of transgender people, placing them at increased risk for HIV.
Transgender women and men might not be sufficiently reached by current HIV testing measures. Tailoring HIV testing activities to overcome the unique barriers faced by transgender women and men might increase rates of testing among these populations.
Transgender men’s sexual health has not been well studied. Transgender men, particularly those who have sex with cisgender (persons whose sex assigned at birth is the same as their gender identity or expression) men, are at high risk for infection. Over half of transgender men with diagnosed HIV infection had no identified or reported risk. Additional research is needed to understand HIV risk behavior among transgender men, especially those who have sex with other men.
The jungle is Magical ❤️ love it! 🙏🏼
Music blasting out of my Bose headset, the sun on my back.. I’m just vibing though my.. ☀️ Friday Rituals ☀️