An exploratory study on gender, decision making and the disclosure of HIV serostatus was carried out in Hlabisa in rural KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa in 1995. This chapter describes the context in which the work was conducted and the interactive and problemsolving storytelling techniques that were used to access sensitive information. Linear and didactic story forms that were already being used by peer group educators in the region were adapted in order to gather new data about the dynamics of disclosure, and in order to ‘envoice’ rural people, particularly women.