World AIDS Day 2019
Because the epidemic has not ended.
Because there are still victims.
Because there's still stigma.
🗣️Calling all college and university leaders!— Human Rights Campaign (@HRC) December 1, 2019
This #WorldAIDSDay, check out these strategies to improve the sexual health and well-being of students on your campus. https://t.co/4sB8zvRdaI
I lived through a time when people with HIV were shunned, ostracized and persecuted.— Peter Morley (@morethanmySLE) November 23, 2019
Some people thought they had a death sentence when diagnosed and took their own lives.
And your comment, @DonaldJTrumpJr
Is embarrassing, juvenile & DESPICABLE.
We will not go backwards.💪 https://t.co/yBP5j5MxWd
When the world has come so far in combatting stigma around HIV - and it now impossible to pass on HIV when one is on treatment - this comment is stunningly retrograde and dangerous https://t.co/FzdQ4b5Q4S— Olivia Alabaster (@OliviaAlabaster) November 24, 2019
Well I can think of one thing. https://t.co/A34xY74OYc— Donald Trump Jr. (@DonaldJTrumpJr) November 23, 2019
What you stand to lose by not having sex with people with HIV - https://t.co/5ZeTI96Jwk pic.twitter.com/VLqXv8Gvhg— Queerty (@Queerty) November 17, 2019
If someone is HIV positive, knows their status, is on effective medication and has consistently had an undetectable viral load, they cannot pass on the virus. PrEP is also widely available in the US and several other countries to prevent people from acquiring HIV. And condoms are also, of course, widely available.QUEERTY
Knowledge is power. Silence is still death.
P.S. if you have a minute, go read Rick Reed's blurb about his AIDS-related novel and Jimmy's touching story before he deletes it!