In the video, the toddler is encouraged to give the girl a hug and does so with a certain amount of trepidation. But once he hugs her, he can't get enough! He keeps coming back for more hugs and even when he’s rejected by the girl, he still remains happy.
Then I think about it some more: could people hug each other like these children? Without thinking about it too much?
As you know, people living with HIV need support: not only in material ways, but also in a way that shows that people care about them and their welfare. I believe that by giving them a warm hug, it could make their days better. Some people want to go back to their childhood, what I’m suggesting is: start with a hug like when you were kids, without thinking about whether those people are living with HIV or not. Because everybody deserves a hug.
Watch the full video: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/howaboutthat/11782980/Boys-priceless-reaction-after-hugging-girl-for-first-time.html
And see this one as well: http://www.washingtonpost.com/news/wonkblog/wp/2015/06/27/video-what-happens-when-a-man-with-hiv-asks-strangers-to-touch-him/