Regarding to the news saying that Dolly Prostitution Center in Surabaya will be closed, currently the regency of Jembrana in Western Bali is anticipating a massive influx of Dolly commercial sex workers to Jembrana.
What does it mean when you hear the expression ‘normalization of HIV'? For instance it can mean getting an HIV test in places where you go during your everyday life - like in shops, supermarkets, church and so on. If you think that this is science fiction, you're wrong, in fact in the UK many initiatives of this kind have already taken place, such as the free HIV testing clinic that opened in a Baptist church in Walthamstow (London) - and they are actually showing quite successful outcomes.
May 17 is 'International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia' and with all the hate against the LGBT community lately (Russia, Uganda, India, the reactions to Conchita Wurst's participation to the Eurovision Song Contest this year and many more 'incidents') that day has become more relevant and needed than ever before. The world is turning into an intolerant place at such a fast rate that everybody with a bit of common sense in their brain will get scared.
“Protect Yourself”, this is the message that Dennis Bermudez and Miesha Tate are supporting. They might be tough and rough in the ring, but still have a softer and caring side when it comes to creating HIV awareness.
Ladies, let me tell you something. No man is worthy of you if he refuses to use a condom during sex. They will give you any excuse in the book, of course: “Don’t worry, I’m clean”, “You’re so sexy, I can’t wait. Let’s just do it”, “It’ll feel better without”, “Can I not wear a condom” ...and I could go on and on and on. Oh wait, I forgot the best one of all: “I can’t wear a condom, because it doesn’t fit”. BULLSHIT. Check out this video in case some of you have forgotten about it.
Enter our territory and follow the days of the lives of the protagonists of our project. On this page they will tell you everything about their work with Bali Against Aids. This blog will be their online diary: an opportunity for them to share their experiences and to give you a sneak peak into their life.
Enjoy the ride!