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LGBT issues are still hitting this whole universe, aren't they? Well whatever your answer to that is, I want to share some celebrities who support their LGBT siblings!
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Two groups of scientists presented results at an HIV conference on Monday suggesting that a vaginal ring could prevent HIV transmission in women. In both studies, the ring lowered HIV cases by about 30%, though its effectiveness appears to be much better for women who used the ring consistently.
The ring contains an antiretroviral medication called dapivirine, which prevents HIV from making copies of itself. In the ring, the drug is used as “pre-exposure prophylaxis,” or PrEP, slowly leaching out in the vagina and preventing the virus from taking hold in nearby cells.
A number of leading global companies have joined the fight to expand LGBT rights and protect their customer base.
Facebook, Nike, American Airlines and food giant General Mills have announced their support of proposed anti-discrimination legislation known as the Equality Act, reports TIMe
Ensuring fairness in the workplace is a fundamental principle at Facebook and we support legal protections for LGBT Americans as outlined in the Equality Act,” said the social media company in a statement.
The Republicans currently control both Houses of Congress, and last year blocked the Employment Non-Discrimination Act – which included vital protections for LGBT workers – from coming to a vote.
HIV Edmonton in Canada has launched a racy new ad campaign targeting homosexual and bisexual men. “We don’t know who is spreading HIV in Edmonton. And neither do they.” This is the slogan of an edgy new campaign aimed at getting Edmontonians talking about the rising rates of HIV.
HIVTonight.com, a website launched by HIV Edmonton, warns readers of explicit imagery before they commit to opening the site. Pictures of erect penises are used to portray the increasing rates of HIV in the city, and provocative slogans are used to grab people’s attention and get them talking about the virus. "It is a little explicit… It’s meant to be somewhat exciting and shocking,” Brook Biggin, HIV Edmonton’s community educator, said.
Frustrated with how few of your Airbnb homes have sex swings and handcuffs? KinkBNB is here for you. The "sex-positive home sharing community" is basically Airbnb for the romantically inclined, and they 100 percent prioritize safety. How fun is that?
Do you guys still recall how Adidas supports LGBT on Valentine's day at their Instagram? Well, it seems that Adidas is not the only sports brand who supports LGBT, Nike showed the world that they supports LGBT as well!
Nike just terminated its endorsement contract with boxer Manny Pacquiao on Wednesday after he made derogatory remarks about same-sex couples.
And on Thursday, Pacquiao said he respects Nike's decision to drop him but stood pat on his opposition to same-sex marriage and added that he is happy that "a lot of people were alarmed by the truth."
Pacquiao's original remarks were made to a Filipino television station earlier this week: "Have you seen any animal having male-to-male or female-to-female relations?" Pacquiao said. "If you have male-to-male or female-to-female [relationships], then people are worse than animals."
Soldiers conducting HIV test
This is a good example to remind us that HIV/AIDS can infect anyone, anywhere, at any age and in any occupation. Nobody is 100% safe from it, unless you protect yourself from getting infected.
Around 1.328 of military soldiers in Indonesia are infected with the HIV virus and until the 30th of June 2015, around 343 of these soldiers have died from it. Like ordinary civilians, the military is inseparable from the problem.
This has caught the attention of many concerned parties. Especially with the fear of ‘the iceberg phenomenon’, which means that we only can see the tip of it and there is a big chance that the actual number of HIV/AIDS positive people is much higher. The number of new cases increases every year and HIV/AIDS remains one of the most important issues in public health today.
Many people argue that more organizations have to anticipate this problem and start to carry out preventive measures such as spreading correct information regarding HIV/AIDS, along with information on how to prevent transmission- not only for HIV/AIDS but also for other sexually transmitted diseases.
The military, with the support of other parties, is now implementing intensive prevention efforts, detecting cases of HIV/AIDS as early as possible and increasing access to care services.
We are supporting the country in their preventive attempts and we pray for the best for the soldiers. Remember that you are loved by the citizens of Indonesia and our prayers are with you. As you have protected us, we will not stop writing about HIV/AIDS, in the hope that our words can help make a healthier country. Designers against AIDS –and its offshoot Indonesia against AIDS- have been doing this work for a long time already and we hope that you in return will support us in our important mission.
Some of you girls out there might want to own at least one sex toy, but what kind of sex toy should it be?
I will share some of the more pretty sex toys that probably will make you girls look fabulous, instead of whatever people say. In fact they are leave-out-in-front-of-houseguests-and-not-be-embarrassed pretty.
I know that Valentine's Day has passed and I believe that many of you guys celebrated it. Just like Adidas who joined with millions around the world to celebrate love in all its forms on Valentine's Day.
The sportswear brand took to Instagram, posting a picture of two female runners wearing matching trainers, with the caption: “The love you take is equal to the love you make.”
While most people praised the company for supporting the LGBT community, some weren’t so nice.
Undeterred by all the haters, Adidas replied in the best way possible for the day – by sending all the homophobes a big kiss!
Valentine's Day is near us once again -what will you do for your loved ones?
A couple of days ago, there was shocking news -at least for some people- in Indonesia about a Valentine's Day campaign by one of the well-known chocolate brands here.
Write something about yourself. No need to be fancy, just an overview.