Hiv positive guys for dating
Matthew Hodson, the Chief Executive of GMFA, writes on the continued stigmatisation of HIV-positive people, and argues that avoiding sex or a relationship with someone HIV-positive is actually a bad strategy.
SA: Did you get in contact with the person who passed it along to you? The only thing you can do is get tested more often to try to avoid this altogether.
After our make-out session, I was relieved to find out HIV can only be spread through certain bodily fluids — blood, semen, rectal and vaginal fluid and breast milk. I hadn't spoken to my date since he told me, aside from a quick apology for reacting so harshly. And we both hoped our talk would open up a conversation about those living with HIV and how they continue to make the most of their lives, despite the stigma that comes with being infected.
But had he already suffered through worse reactions? So it's time you all listen up: Sean Abrams: So, when did you find out you had HIV?
I want people to be able to have open and honest discussions about HIV and about what they know or suspect about their own status.
I think it’s vital if we’re going to reduce new infections and challenge stigma.
Monogamy is great, don’t get me wrong, but it can fail.