“Now that HIV is considered a chronic health condition like diabetes or heart disease, let’s talk about how HIV impacts us as we age.”
We all need to be fully aware who has access to our health data, when they can access it, what it’s being used for and the potential implications.
“Today, we know HIV doesn’t kill us, but stigma and discrimination do have a major impact on our health and wellbeing.”
Today the division between HIV positive, negative, or unknown has transformed to a gradual erasure of the ‘sero-divide’ in sexual relationships for people living with HIV.
“Positive Life believes the ownership and confidentiality of health data must remain under our full control as people living with HIV.”
The speakers share their personal experiences as people living with HIV to communicate a deeper understanding of what it is like to live with HIV today.
“The division between HIV-positive and negative has transformed with the gradual erasure of the sero-divide in sexual relationships for all of us as lovers, friends, and f*ck buddies”
Letting your partners know they might need to get tested empowers them to take care of their own health.
Next month bears and their admirers are invited to hear ‘The Healthy Bear’ speak on the wellbeing of bears, their partners, and their friends.
HIV-positive people experience anxiety and depression more often than other people without HIV.