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21-Jul-2017 02:08

This is despite the fact that a HIV guy on medication, who is undetectable, is virtually no risk of infection – and a far safer option than sleeping with a guy who doesn’t know his status.“The key to dealing with this problem is a frank and open discussion about HIV: that is, more HIV education in schools, college and universities, and in other social contexts, so that people understand how HIV is contracted, how it can be prevented, and the implications that it has for one’s life,” states Professor Rusi Jaspal.I knew something about HIV from the magazines and GMFA flyers, and that if somebody came inside you that was a big risk.But I wasn’t absolutely clear about other methods of transmission.“And he gave me HIV,” he dropped into the tequila-laced conversation.I was shocked because we’d been friends before dating, and had been in many situations where HIV had been a prominent conversation topic.Because the way to fight HIV isn’t separately, it’s together.

“Just one negative reaction towards one’s positive serostatus can be immensely challenging to one’s sense of self – it can compromise one’s sense of self-worth and self-esteem, and as well as one’s sense of belonging, acceptance and inclusion.

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And that, my friends, is how we came up with HIV Blind Date.

“HIV is the gay scene’s boogie man,” said DJ Mark Ashley-Dupe in our Young People’s Discussion of HIV.

The first time I knowingly slept with someone with HIV I was 23.



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