I Dated Someone HIV+

21 Apr 2020
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I'm Molly, a typical sushi, makeup, and fashion loving millennial girl who just so happens to be blind! I was diagnosed with Retinitis Pigmentosa at just 4 years old and began public speaking at age 5. I started just doing motivational speaking, but now I make videos and even model! Even though I can’t see, I know that there are bright spots in everything we face. Let’s find them together. 💕

  • Remember to live with compassion and love for others, no matter what.

    Molly BurkeMolly BurkeVor 9 Monate
    • Girl you content is anything but cringey

      Kenna ScottKenna ScottVor 2 Monate
    • I absolutely adore your zest for life and your seemingly endless positivity. I'm very sleep deprived zo I'm bout to get some rest. God bless you Molly! Your videos always lift my spirits 🙏🏻

      Steve HardySteve HardyVor 7 Monate
    • @justanotheroutsider Info on difference between HIV + and A.I.D.S is readily available via GOOGLE. Credible info has been available for decades now practically everywhere-in high schools, pamphlets, at doctors’ offices, & online, clinics journals, magazines. Read .gov or .edu sites.You will [self] learn about it, the history, protective measures, transmission etc Many sources available too if you’re blind

      ccVor 7 Monate
    • Molly Burke hi love your videos 💕

      Jessica RyanJessica RyanVor 7 Monate
    • @o o People who are HIV+ but take their medication are undetectable. That means their virus count is so low that a test would be negative. So there is no reason to be scared of them

      Johanna MüllerJohanna MüllerVor 7 Monate
  • Wow! I have tics and people stare, I DREAD GOING BACK 2 SCHOOL

    Katherine Dalton CA 2027Katherine Dalton CA 2027Vor 3 Tage
  • Molly: Its not like I was gonna drive 8 hrs....well, I can't drive Me: Yes Molly, way to be responsible and not drink and drive! Me 5 seconds later : wow...I'm an idiot...she's blind...well...way to be responsible and not drive while blind... Don't mind me and my blind moments...

    A R. H.A R. H.Vor 14 Tage
  • I want to give a big shout out to dr kanayo 14 days herbal cure. Long ago I found out I was HIV positive, I was 17 at that time, I was always out partying until i got really sick and my mom took me to the hospital, That's when we found out I was positive i got scared because the doctors told my mom there was still no cure for the virus yet but he place me on antiviral drugs which kept me alive, I told 10 different drugs every day for six years and I'm always working out at the gym Of course I trusted other drugs which didn't work but kept me alive and undetectable. I heard about dr kanayo 14days herbal cure on youtube. it was recommended to me and I was about to contact dr kanayo through whatsapp... texting +1(909)375-5642.. I am forever grateful to 14 days herbal cure thanks be to Allah dr kanayo, I am a living testimony. email drkanayonaturalcure@gmail.com

    Henry walesHenry walesVor 14 Tage
  • Molly you lovely woman

    Hyran DaymondHyran DaymondVor Monat
  • God bless you molly and this community in Jesus name amen 🥰💛

    Blanca OrozcoBlanca OrozcoVor 2 Monate
  • Call me ignorant, but I actually put off watching this video for a few days because I was like "Yeah dating someone who has HIV isn't a big deal. This is probably going to be about people being... people, and I don't need more of that in my life right now. Good on you for standing up for the guy in question though. Most people scare way too easily.

    Scarletlight525Scarletlight525Vor 3 Monate
  • Being blind and have HIV+ isn't really the same type of danger to the other part if I might say.

    dtiydrdtiydrVor 4 Monate
  • Please do more story times

    LG - 06LJ 777232 Lougheed MSLG - 06LJ 777232 Lougheed MSVor 4 Monate
  • I want to give a testimonial on how I was cured of the HIV virus. A few months ago I had some symptoms. I went to see a doctor and they did a lot of blood tests, later they told me I had HIV. My doctor told me there is no cure for HIV and I felt bad, I went online looking for a possible cure for the HIV virus, I saw a post by Dr. Apala, a herbal doctor who cured someone HIV. I contacted him and told him how I felt. He said that his herbal medicine can heal me. He sent me the medicine through the courier and I received the medicine a few days after he sent it, I took the medicine as prescribed by him. Before completing the medication, the symptoms ceased. I went to the doctor and had another blood test, surprisingly I was Negative. I have no longer had any symptoms, I am completely cured. You can also get him to help you if you have this virus. He also heals HEPATITIS B CANCER AMYOTROPHIC LATERAL SCLEROSIS GENITAL WARTS INFECTIONS SIMPLE HERPES VIRUS DIABETES STERILITY ULCERS SICKLE CELLS, etc. He helps with penis enlargement and helps restore your broken relationship. Contact him at dr.apalaherbalhome@gmail.com or WhatsApp +2348114047176....

    Sophia HarperSophia HarperVor 4 Monate
  • Thank you for putting this out there! I have a great friend who wanted to be a bit more with me than just friends and he is HIV+ it is so honestly misunderstood and seen as “if they have you you’ll get it too” which is SOOO very wrong

    Sophia ChaconSophia ChaconVor 4 Monate
  • Hi Molly Burke Thank you for sharing this story it's nice that you spoke of your experience & Michael's with so much love & respect about HIV has many people think it's a taboo subject . Not at all . Thank you for opening up about this has you set the record straight for millions & millions of others ,that whatever you are born in life with or have at a later time etc doesn't change who you are inside your heart & soul does it No ! You have amazing strength & I truly admire your courage , loving kindness & your drive for delivering those really important motivational words , experience's , lesson's that impact us all in a positive loving way . You do that with ease & dedication you truly are Molly Burke an amazing Woman of this World & beyond . Gallop is amazing too , your spirit guide right there with you the whole time . With sincere gratitude from Nicki in the UK 🇬🇧❤️💞 . Keep doing what you do best Molly & that is The greatest inspirational speaker of the world & beyond . Love you lots 💓💖💓 Molly & Gallop 🐶💞💞😁 xxxxxxx

    Nicola SYNicola SYVor 4 Monate
  • Greetings to the general public, i want to tell you about how i was cured of HIV/AIDS disease by a herbal Doctor called dr_ebhariagbe. I was browsing through the Internet searching for remedy and fast cure on HIV and i saw comment of people talking about how dr_ebhariagbe cured them. I Was scared because i never believed in the Internet but i was convince to give him a try because i having no hope of been cured of HIV/AIDS so i decided to contact him with his number that was shared on the DEhave post. When i contacted him he gave me hope and send a Herbal medicine to me that i took and it seriously worked for me, am a free person now without problem, my HIV result came out negative. I pray for you dr_ebhariagbe God will give you everlasting life, you shall not die before your time for being a sincere and grate men. Am so happy, you can also contact him on WhatsApp +2349064310416 or visit his Instagram page via @dr_Ebhariagbe

    McGraw PatrickMcGraw PatrickVor 5 Monate
  • I love the message behind this video. Spreading positivity and acceptance is something you do so well Molly ❤️

    Hannah BHannah BVor 5 Monate
  • He was a very sort part of your life. 😐😂 coz he was 5’6

    Leah JohnsonLeah JohnsonVor 5 Monate
  • I love your heart Molly. Thank you for sharing.

    Bee WolhuterBee WolhuterVor 5 Monate
  • “Loving yourself is one of the most beautiful things you can feel.” Amen sister

    Hi ThereHi ThereVor 5 Monate
  • Thanks for your happy vibes. Your vounerability, your honesty, and a very powerful story of love. Many blessings your way.❤️☮️

    Erick ZErick ZVor 5 Monate
  • Thank you for this video. sadly still in 2020 there is so much stigma being HIV + . My partner is HIV + and I remember when we started to talk and he told me he was Positive I didn't care he was shocked that I didn't care and that I was willing to get to know him for him not him who happens to have HIV. ♥️♥️♥️

    ShaiIsAFlyGuyShaiIsAFlyGuyVor 5 Monate
  • off topic, but your hair color is amazing!!

    LDGLDGVor 5 Monate
  • Molly I sincerely believe you are the most beautiful person inside and out! The fact that you can take someone and completely except them is amazing. You give hope to human kind. 💕

    RosaleeRosaleeVor 5 Monate
  • I wish I was as strong as you with my disability I’m told I am but never feel like it I understand at 31 years old that many guys won’t date me due to fear or embarrassment as my disability is physical and noticeable it’s heartbreaking especially when the guys aren’t honest about why they’re struggling with dating me I’d be curious to talk to you your so self assured where I try so hard in therapy and counseling etc but my self esteem never quite gets any better ...

    Kera Hoagland-McGeeKera Hoagland-McGeeVor 5 Monate
  • Tell us the Demi lavato story 😀😀

    Jeana SJeana SVor 5 Monate
  • I love your story times. I am a runner and I’ll listen to them on my runs sometimes and it’s a great distraction. Loved the video!! ❤️ 💕

    Emerson MermaidEmerson MermaidVor 5 Monate
  • This reminds me of the time a preschool I worked for turned away a student who was HIV+... It broke my heart, even though I technically understood the concern, but FUCK, it was a /child/ and my coworkers were talking about it for weeks after and then... forgot. And I think about that little boy fairly often. He doesn't have the option to just forget. He didn't get a choice in being the "topic of interest" for awhile, it was all completely out of his control and his reality, day in, day out, not being allowed around other kids, not being allowed on playgrounds... God. We need to become better educated on these topics as a society and do better

    AJAJVor 5 Monate
  • If you have a partner who is HIV+ or you encounter HIV+ in different settings ; workplace exposure--e.g. tattoo artists, doctors, sex-workers, etc, you can take PreP ARTs (Pre-Exposure Prophylactic) (Anti-Retroviral Therapy). It reduces the chances of the virus from attaching/entering/replicating in the CD4 cells (these are T-cells which are in the immune system). HIV is NOT a death sentence and doesn't define a person. I have 2 relatives who are HIV+. I live in South Africa and it's still very stigmatised. Please show LOVE to anyone who tells you about any condition they have.

    K MK MVor 5 Monate
  • This makes me understand so much about me and my ex. I was the "fixer" too and that is why we ended it...

    shira bar orshira bar orVor 6 Monate
  • You should write a book!

    SunnydayjaySunnydayjayVor 6 Monate
  • Did you ever end up texting back? I hope you contacted him after reading it

    MistyJadeYTMistyJadeYTVor 6 Monate
  • I need a gf if someone is pos or want to date me hmu

    Memo EspinozaMemo EspinozaVor 6 Monate
  • I’d love for you to write another book

    Christine WeihbrechtChristine WeihbrechtVor 6 Monate
  • What a lovely story! Molly makes me want to be better.

    Nikita RanaNikita RanaVor 6 Monate
  • When I was 14, there was a presentation about HIV that took place at my school. But the teachers didn't allow my whole class to attend the presentation because we hadn't had submitted an application signed from our parents stating that the latter let us attend it. We just stood in the classroom doing nothing for like an hour, instead of getting educated on such a important issue. Why on earth does a 14 year old have to take permission to learn about HIV? Seriously, it is such a taboo thing and people are soo miseducated.

    arwenarwenVor 6 Monate
  • Molly’s intro: 👁👄👁

    thiccity stikkitythiccity stikkityVor 6 Monate
  • Some facts about HIV- HIV is TREATABLE. it can't be cured but drugs nowadays are really really good. U=U -- undetectable = untransmittable. if the drugs get your viral load to an undetectable level in your blood, you can't pass it on.! this can be done fairly easily with medication Passing on via pregnancy- obviously michaels mum didnt know she was positive- but if you do, it can be well managed, and the risks of passing it onto your baby are v v low. you can do any job with HIV, provided youre on medication ! some ppl worry about it but you can be a nurse, doctor, teacher, hairdresser. no limits

    Alice FishAlice FishVor 6 Monate
  • undetectable is untransmittable. so few ppl know that

    Alice FishAlice FishVor 6 Monate
  • Thank you for making this and sharing some information that will help destigmatize the virus. I wish you had dug a little deeper into the undetectable= untransmittable bit but every little bit counts. Thank you so much for posting this ❤️

    Jawashaw1Jawashaw1Vor 6 Monate
  • I loved this video sm! I am a nursing student so I learned all about the medical side of HIV (for example undetectable = untransmittable!) etc 9n school but I thought this video was eye-opening in a lot of other ways! There should be less of a stigma & shame surrounding HIV. Everyone just wants to feel accepted for who they are. I wish it was more "socially acceptable" for those who are HIV + to share their stories without being shamed or afraid. It would be amazing to learn more about HIV through those experiencing it (maybe through a memoir or motivational speaking) & would hopefully reduce associated stigmas by bringing more light & education to the subject. It is important to remember that whatever condition, circumstance, social status someone falls under to remember that we are all human & deserve the world's love & acceptance. Thanks Molly for sharing this story!

    Shaye208Shaye208Vor 6 Monate
  • Slay ✨✨✨✨✨yass

    Emma MoneyangEmma MoneyangVor 6 Monate
  • She is so natural and so sweet! I feel like she is talking to me as a friend! 😁

    Lauren VentrescoLauren VentrescoVor 6 Monate
  • Molly, you are a beautiful person. Thank you for reminding me to keep an open mind.

    LileeLileeVor 7 Monate
  • I don’t know if you ever made a video about you tattoos but if not that would be really cool

    AnnekeAnnekeVor 7 Monate
  • My roommate is HIV+ I've never actually looked into HIV so I'ma take the chance and some time now thank ya Molly

    abandoned catabandoned catVor 7 Monate
  • I appreciate this Molly! My dad dealt with so much stigma, so many people would not even shake his hand because of ignorance. Encouraging education and an open mind to your viewers makes such a difference.----- To get answers to questions or access resources related to HIV or AIDS treatment or clinical trials, contact the National Institutes of Health's AIDSinfo. To reach AIDSInfo: Call 1-800-HIV-0440 (1-800-448-0440) or. Email at ContactUs@aidsinfo.nih.gov

    Jessie CJessie CVor 7 Monate
  • I watched the Shane Dawson switching lives with a blind person and I really respect people that are blind now because I didn’t know it was that bad but I really do respect you Molly and I love how you are still doing things you’ve always wanted to do I hope your doing well molly and have a great day. C=

    Christine MurrellChristine MurrellVor 7 Monate
  • how does she read the comments? please sb answer me...i honestly don't know

    Allan KoechAllan KoechVor 7 Monate
  • My dad found out he was HIV positive when I was little maybe 5 . This was 2004 still lots of stigma. He told my sisters and I that it meant he was sick and could get sicker he was honest with us. When we asked what it stood for learning of acronyms because he taught us Everything-therefore we were hooked on learning and understanding everything possible he made up a new acronym and told us it means How I Very much love you. HIVMLY . He knew he could pass away. He passed away when I had just turned 7...

    Rise N Shine FamRise N Shine FamVor 7 Monate
    • We never were scared of him. We just knew we couldn’t touch daddy’s razors like always..

      Rise N Shine FamRise N Shine FamVor 7 Monate
  • Very insightful- no pun intended. Hope "Michael" has found his love and repaired his relationship with his mom.

    sue kirshsue kirshVor 7 Monate
  • If you're worried about getting HIV: -Pre-exposure prophylaxis, PrEP or PREP, is a daily pill. Only for HIV and is a very effective HIV preventative. Truvada is the brand I recommend. Descovy is not approved for all people and adolescents the same way Truvada is. -PEP, Post Exposure Prophylaxis. This has to be taken within 72hrs of possible exposure and by the doctor's orders. -Test regularly as you don't know if you or your partner is asymptotic. -Condoms. They catch the sperm and HIV can only spread through bodily fluids. -Don't share needles. -Speak with a doctor about preventing the transmission of the virus. -Get Educated: rb.gy/6tthui

    Luckas SilverLuckas SilverVor 7 Monate
  • Thank you so much for sharing this story

    Banana CakeBanana CakeVor 7 Monate
  • I love this inspiring woman omg she hits every nail in the right spot. She couldn't said it even sweeter.

    Crystabelle CampbellCrystabelle CampbellVor 7 Monate
  • With the current medication, an HIV+ person who is undetectable on medication will not pass that to their partner. The chances are less than one in a million. Google it. We should always practice safe sex, regardless. HIV doesn't have a "face" or a "look", it could happen to the best of us. Before you judge, please do your research. Inform yourself. Life happens, remember to treat everyone with compassion and kindness. 💟💟💟💟

    Dani The FiendDani The FiendVor 7 Monate
  • Your Awesome 😈

    Ian LandpirateIan LandpirateVor 7 Monate
  • What an amazing thing to share so openly and with such an amazing ending. I cant say i fully understand.. But this is i think what you meant it to be... Very educational. I pray "Michael" is doing well & what a blessing it was for you to be a part of eachothers lives... You really never know how much of an impact you have on others unless they tell you. I recently met someone that is such an amazing friend almost mother like as well but she had just admitted that me being in her life has helped her not to feel suicidal... And tbh, I haven't felt that way myself but I lost my mom to a heart attack when i was 20 so its been nearly 20 years with out my mom. So this friend of mine has truly changed my day, my outlook and my life in so many ways. I think God (or whatever your higher power you believe in) puts people in our lives at a time when we need to meet eachother... It can be a beautiful thing!!

    J.K FitzJ.K FitzVor 7 Monate
  • POS and glad to have you in my n corner 🥰

    Billy HerweckBilly HerweckVor 7 Monate
  • I hope Michael is ok with you sharing this story... I felt like there were a lot of private details that didn't need to be shared, but maybe I'm just a private person

    kamanodominokamanodominoVor 7 Monate
  • Part of me wants to know if you guys will be talking again. Not like you did before, but just casually...ya know? XD But that same part of me tends to get very sentimental with friendships (like I'll always wish to return to the highest point in our friendship). But I know it's a bad thing. I really shouldn't be looking for anything specific. I should let things happen on their own, and not think about "what it should be". I believe this is the main reason why I tend to lose friends...because I look for something, something happens between me and the other person, and then somehow we just don't get along the way we did. Anyway, enough about my rants XD. I'm just so glad you were able to learn from that. How you were able to be the person "concerned for" and seeing the other side of that situation, rather than just being the person who the other family is "concerned about". I love your content, Molly. You've really taught me a lot about the blind community, and I'm so grateful that you're here, teaching many people on DEhave about the diversity of it. Your videos have really helped a lot of people, blind or not.

    Andersson DykeAndersson DykeVor 7 Monate
  • Remember that people are killed because of this diagnosis. So please please don’t try to figure out who this guy is.

    Miranda FMiranda FVor 7 Monate
  • i love how open minded you are. i haven't started dating yet since i got diagnosed with HSV at the start of the pandemic. thank you for being a person who doesn't judge!

    BurgsThe WordBurgsThe WordVor 7 Monate
  • I love that colour on you super cute

    Karolann DuhamelKarolann DuhamelVor 7 Monate
  • How did I not know molly was short!!!! It makes me love her even more I'm only 4' 10" so I feel do the short squad

    Marion CovelMarion CovelVor 7 Monate
  • I'm ashamed to say when I saw the title of the video my immediate reaction was "Why?" But then I watched the video and now I feel bad that I thought that. So thank you for making this video.

    Bronwyn EdwardsBronwyn EdwardsVor 7 Monate
  • like I get the help it does to spread awareness and share stories but am I the only one cringing at how unnecesary it is to tell us that you once dated a HIV+ man like ten years ago? He wasn't even consulted if he wanted his story shared, that is so fucking disrespectful, even if you "keep it as anonymus and vague as you can" . Why would you make this about yourself? Couldn't you just use your platform to say "hey, HIV+ people need your help and donations, please head to www.yadayadaydad.com to donate and follow these people who are experts and these organizations!" ? Just.... ugh.... lately the content here has been pretty oof.

    LauritiLauritiVor 7 Monate
  • I really didn't expect bursting into tears watching this video.. Trigger warning would've been great but.. Also I feel like I needed that cry

    Lada ErfurtLada ErfurtVor 7 Monate
  • I went to a leadership conference in the states in 2015, and they have conferences annually (I am pretty sure), and I'm curious if you went to the same one by the same organization. I won't mention it though for obvious reasons.

    Lady BelLady BelVor 7 Monate
  • Molly, tell us the story about miss teen Canada!

    Nina Peiter Carballido MendesNina Peiter Carballido MendesVor 7 Monate
  • non medicated person can give a person HIV by approximately 80 gallons/ 300 liter of Saliva (that's alot of non-stop kissing, maybe years) - however a medicated person can have a zero transferrable throughout their life, today it is also possible to have children born HIV negative even if the mother is positive, back in the 90's it was unfourtunally not the case due to better medication these days.

    decrypt83decrypt83Vor 7 Monate
  • My boyfriends father told him to never have children with me because of my past medical problems. Problems, that most likely won't get passed down. I understand how you and Michael feel, Molly. I'm really sorry you had to go through that.

    Jordan MurrayJordan MurrayVor 7 Monate
  • I wonder if Michael's mom got HIV from a blood transfusion. Blood banks didn't know they needed to screen for it. A family friend has Hepatitis for that reason.

    coffeegirl18coffeegirl18Vor 7 Monate
  • When I lived in South Africa, which has a significant population of ppl with HIV, I came across a girl in a club bathroom. Now, if you have ever been drunk in a girls bathroom in a club, you know how deep it gets. Truths are spilled, souls are bared. The girl I spoke to had HIV, I was too drunk to recall how she contracted it. But I’ll never how painful her status made her life. Whole communities shunned her, friends and even family discriminated against her. I couldn’t fathom how this beautiful, charming girl was treated like she was less than human. It broke my heart, this in modern times, when all the information and education is at our finger tips, ppl still choose to hate! They choose ignorance ignorance and prejudice, and hearted their hearts against ppl they make no effort to understand.

    Claudia NgwenaClaudia NgwenaVor 7 Monate
  • You’re so awesome!!

    Sandra JonssonSandra JonssonVor 7 Monate
  • Molly should be the prime minister/ president! Or a world leader then we would all be in a better place x

    Bekah OxleyBekah OxleyVor 7 Monate
  • There are a lot of cuts in your videos lately, but I gotta say, the editing is impressive ❤️

    Brittany TaylorBrittany TaylorVor 8 Monate
  • Thank you for being open about this and educating people! Hope Michael is doing great, he sounds like an awesome person and I'm definitely glad you two met and had such a positive impact on eachothers' lives. :) I'm a rather new follower, I don't know if you have already been made aware of this, so please bear with me if you have already been educated and this comment of mine is not needed, but I thought I'd share this piece on why the G word (which was your first dog's name if I got that right) is a slur: now.org/blog/the-g-word-isnt-for-you-how-gypsy-erases-romani-women/ Hope this helps if you didn't know that yet!

    IrinaIrinaVor 8 Monate
  • I didnt even see gallop till he got up and jumped off the bed lol

    Snoopdog136playzSnoopdog136playzVor 8 Monate
  • In less educated countries there is more than stigma, they are isolated from society, I visited an orphanage full of HIV positive children in Honduras who will face lives of rejection because of the lack of knowledgeable of the disease in 3rd world countries

    Rea TonelliRea TonelliVor 8 Monate
  • Yes. And back in TheDay, I kissed HIV's on the face - you cannot Believe, how enormous the effect was. They impacted my Life, far more than I ever could, theirs...

    La Donna StrangLa Donna StrangVor 8 Monate
  • The messages you pass on are so beautiful and so important. Thank you for sharing. You are a very special person. ❤

    Lone Wolf GirlLone Wolf GirlVor 8 Monate
  • I hope Michael is doing ok out there! I hope you reach out to him or see how he’s doing through your friend. This was such a great story and I def need to educate myself more on HIV and AIDS because it’s been awhile since I’ve informed myself on the subject. Awesome video.

    Celeste FCeleste FVor 8 Monate
  • My uncle passed away due to AIDs complications. Him and my other uncle were kicked out when they were teens, they were left to wander the streets of Chicago. They ended up using needles. One uncle never got AIDs, but the other did. My Grandma let them come back, but it was too late. His wife also got AIDs, because she loved him and didn't care. My uncles condition got worse and worse until he passed. His wife however, was able to get into a clinical trial a few years later. She is now living with AIDs. Medicine has definitely come a long way.

    The Cosmic Walrus MikosThe Cosmic Walrus MikosVor 8 Monate
  • I love her outfit

    Chicken GeniusChicken GeniusVor 8 Monate
  • that really sad .... to be born HIV positive, its like getting born with a curse :(

    spdrcdspdrcdVor 8 Monate

    EmmaEmmaVor 8 Monate
  • So I have autoimmune diseases that I have because it's genetic, and I have literally had people look me in the eyes and tell me "don't come near me because I don't want to get when you have." Honey, You can't catch my autoimmune diseases unless you somehow managed to get reborn by my mother and have the same genetics as my father! You cannot catch my lung disease and you can't catch my IBD, (NOT IBS, IBD). God, If people are like that with asthma (At any level) ..... dear god.

    EmmaEmmaVor 8 Monate
  • Thank you for sharing this story. It had a lot of powerful life lessons that most people usually don't think about. When you said that sometimes we do things that we think are small and insignificant but turn out to be very significant, I thought of bullying. When people bully others they think it's small and insignificant, but to the person being bullied it is very significant to them... to the point where sometimes they take their own life. I hope those who bully and even leave hateful comments think about this the next time they want to direct their negativity to someone that they probably don't even really know. Words are more powerful than we think.

    Meggy G808Meggy G808Vor 8 Monate
  • After reading the letter did you respond his messages on Facebook?

    Arimashi NiwaArimashi NiwaVor 8 Monate
  • What's HIV

    Rootbeer FloatRootbeer FloatVor 8 Monate
  • You been on tour with Demi Lovato Molly you have to tell that story

    Gianna PGianna PVor 8 Monate
  • Thank you for sharing this Molly! I worked with people who are homeless for a few years and I remember there was a client nobody wanted to work with bc he was HIV+ I worked with him and he always shared info regarding HIV. I’m still very thankful I had the opportunity to work with him bc I learned soooo much from him & he always made my day with his sarcastic humor. I just hope ppl become kinder and open minded towards others.

    ana rulesana rulesVor 8 Monate
  • If you are still in contact with him, you should have him to look into leronlamab. Its an hiv medication that is a once a week subcutaneous injection that has had very promising results at lowering viral levels to below detectable levels without any side effects. It is currently still in trial stages but they did just file for BLA.

    Irina ChehovichIrina ChehovichVor 8 Monate
  • Molly You are such a unique, courageous, and gold-hearted person. You are made of the same material from which stars are made of

    ronicoronicoVor 8 Monate
  • Hey Molly I know you don't mean any harm when you say it but when you say "great body" it hurts cuz a lot of people can't control what their body looks like, especially because of disabilities, and when you say that people who are really fit have 'great bodies' it kinda implies anyone who isn't fit, doesn't have a good body. I know that's probably not what you mean and I know that most of the world says 'great body' to imply only fit people, and that most people don't notice that saying that can really hurt but just thought I'd speak up and say that it does hurt. Especially because you're so inclusive and this is a space that is disability friendly.

    shitshitVor 8 Monate
  • Before you even said that he wrote you that you saved his life, i knew you did.

    Courtney JCourtney JVor 8 Monate
  • You should make a story time channel

    Rivers HardinRivers HardinVor 8 Monate
  • Thank you so much for sharing this story Molly, it really touched me. I did learn some things, and it's beautiful how much respect and love you still have for him to protect him so much in this video.

    QueenFireflyyQueenFireflyyVor 8 Monate
  • My brother died of aids. Most of the positive people never mentioned it to their partners they were positive. Which is very wrong! For those who are up front about it, good for them.

    MeMe MoMeMe MoVor 8 Monate
  • it's never been a thing for me to just watch people talk about their lives, but you make understanding others' situations so accessible and relatable. Thank you for your words and your time

    Brytnai RuttkeyBrytnai RuttkeyVor 8 Monate
  • People around me were being mean because I dated a def guy

    YOURguardian angelYOURguardian angelVor 8 Monate
  • I have OCD so I feel bad as much as I try to not be scared I freak out I try my best to love everyone 💕

    Joan CrawfordJoan CrawfordVor 8 Monate
  • Molly please tell us the story of how you met gallop

    Paws & ThumbsPaws & ThumbsVor 8 Monate