Taking Part is a group of people living with HIV, supported by Positively UK, who are interested in activism and want Continue reading
This week the results of the PROUD study were presented at the Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections in Seattle. This Continue reading
I started practicing yoga 15 years ago . When I started I was not fit. I was not flexible. I Continue reading
Today my HIV comes of age. 18 years ago I was diagnosed HIV positive. If my HIV was a person it could now vote.
Last week I was asked by Prof Jane Anderson, adviser on Sexual Health and HIV to Public Health England. to speak Continue reading
First, acquire this small molecule they call HIV It can be done in several ways. None of them matters. Then Continue reading
Kate spoke about the history of women’s activism in the UK. It was terribly moving to see pictures back from the 80’s and 90’s of Jayne and Sheila (Positively Women founders) and other young women, most of them now dead from AIDS, who for the first time got together to have the rights of women living with HIV voiced and recognized .
The key messages on this World AIDS day is: we are not going to medicalise ourselves out of the HIV epidemic; unless we address stigma, HIV will continue to grow in our communities. HIV stigma continues being a barrier to people accessing services, including prevention, testing treatment and care.