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Gay Community News Aug 22
"It felt liberating knowing that I could love and live without fear, that I could have sex again without constantly worrying about the possibility of passing on HIV to my partner."
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Bruce Richman Aug 23
🇮🇪 ❤️ is like a wet dream for . Your commitment to freeing people w/HIV from the deadly HIV stigma is EXTRAORDINARY. While too many US nat’l orgs and influencers continue to sit on their hands, you’ve shown us real and innovative leadership.
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Will St Leger 🔺 Aug 23
FUCK POZ PEOPLE - Is a provocative, sex positive and educational message brought to you by - If you want to see stigmatizing messages about , ask someone living with HIV to show you the hateful messages they often get on dating apps or social media.
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Noah Halpin Aug 23
Have you seen ’s new stigma destroying campaign!? Share it far and wide! The more we educate ourselves, the less stigma and shame we cause!
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Bhekisisa Aug 16
You, me, baby & the virus: Why new science is changing the way couples in which one partner has conceive.
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Pozitively Dee Discussion Aug 23
We are not here to be average. We are here to make a difference in people's lives. Put fear to the side and use your voice.
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Buddies of NJ, Inc. 5m
ALL residents we will be located at these two events today!!!! Come and ! The power is in !!
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Noah Halpin Aug 23
Spread the good word! End stigma!
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Matthew Hodson Aug 23
Stigma busting Test promoting Sex enhancing Baby making Fear relieving Treatment expanding ending.
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equals_id 5h
Breeching the message of U=U in Myanmar, they need to know not to give up on HIV treatment so they aren't infectious anymore and can help ending the Epidemi
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UNAIDS Aug 21
When a person living with HIV is on effective treatment and the level of HIV in their blood is so low that it cannot be detected, it means that person has an undetectable viral load and cannot transmit the virus to others. Visit and learn more.
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FAHASS Aug 23
Rates of HIV are shown to fall when access to care and resources is increased and work is done to actively combat stigma.
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holly x Aug 23
It’s true! People living with HIV who are on effective treatment are the safest you can sleep with when it comes to protecting yourself from HIV because they cannot pass it on! 😍❤️ being undetectable is 100% effective at stopping HIV transmission x
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Dartagnan Anton Llorens Aug 17
When HIV is undetectable, it can’t be passed through sex. Undetectable HIV is untransmittable HIV:
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JP Gilmore-Kavanagh 23h
Costume change no1 - still
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Matthew Hodson Aug 16
In the UK: 98% of people diagnosed are on treatment. For 97% of those, the virus is suppressed to levels. When undetectable the virus is during sex. That’s transmission risk. Tell everyone.
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Memo Motta 19h
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iFLEX 🇯🇲 22h
Access to antiretroviral therapy is transformative for people living with HIV. Many people living with HIV who are virally suppressed feel liberated from the stigma associated with living with the virus. Share with someone today your findings of
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HIVStigmaSaur 23h
Gscene Magazine, September issue out now....see page 20 for an article on the at and our promotion of
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GMFA - the gay men's health project Aug 24
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