“Before I knew I was HIV positive, I suspected something was wrong, because I was taking medicines , but I was told it was for my lungs. I found out that I am living with HIV when I was twelve and a half. Eventually she said that I was at a nice age to find out that I was living with the HIV virus. And she said, “You have got it because of me”.
Who is not embarrassed to fart in public? I bet everyone is, especially when it results in an unpleasant smell. And we have looked for fabrics for help…even putting dryer sheets in our underwear. Now technology has answered our prayers: Shreddies is a UK brand that launched a line of fart-eliminating underwear. The (alleged) magic of Shreddies comes from a carbon-infused material called Zorflex, which absorbs offensive smells before they reach the people in your immediate vicinity.
Court in the city: recently the Tokyo District Court ruled that a man was not unfaithful because he paid for sex. A man who had sex with a woman other than his wife has been excused of cheating by a court - because he paid money for it. The Tokyo District Court made the ruling when a man was sued by his wife following her discovery of a long-running sexual relationship with a nightclub hostess.
Do you have an Instagram account? What pictures do you usually post and which other Instagram accounts do you follow? As for me, I like to follow accounts which have artsy and great photography that have stories behind the pictures. There’s a campaign titled ‘Where love is illegal’.
They post pictures about the struggle of LGBTI around the world, problems they have encountered, discrimination they have taken, from their community, family, even from their own countries. The objective of this campaign is to open up our eyes and our minds about the reality we are living in. They do not only post a good picture, there is more to it: a great story behind each photograph.
Go check their instagram account @whereloveisillegal and spread it to the world. Remember, love is love, no matter what.
A reality that happens in our country Indonesia is the rejection of corpses of people who died because of AIDS. This is still common in the community, as people don’t dare to take care of the corpse treatment out of fear of contracting the disease. The lack of public knowledge about HIV/AIDS –and the difference between the two!- is the cause of this. Please keep in mind that AIDS can’t be “transmitted”: AIDS is a disease caused by the HIV virus and these two are not the same. When people get infected, it’s always with the HIV virus- which can then develop into AIDS over the years when HIV positive people don’t get the medical treatment they need- but this is not always the case.
No more boring and normal ads, let’s hear it for these15 smart and funny safe sex adverts that don't even mention sex.
Many modern safe sex campaigns use provocative or sexualized images to get attention, but there are other ways to get the message across- and we love it!
Check them out here: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/health/news/6399370/15-smart-and-funny-safe-sex-adverts-that-dont-really-mention-sex.html
Medical services in Semarang have created a negative and discriminative experience for patient NN, which was expressed afterwards by counselor and HIV/AIDS activist Andreas Bambang.
This is how the story goes: NN, a woman from a remote village in the region Tengaran (in the Semarang regency) was being refused treatment at the health center because she did not bring a doctor’s referral letter. Even worse: NN’s identity, including the fact that she is affected with HIV, was "leaked" by one of the nurses.
from Paris has been announced to be HIV negative after 12 years of not receiving ARV treatment. Her doctor even said that this thing has never happened before anywhere in the world! The teen might have a natural resistance to HIV that hasn't been discovered yet.
Remember how the the legalization of gay marriage in the United States changed so many people's lives? I recall how I saw many 'rainbows' on the internet by way of support for this important decision. While gay marriage is now legal in United States, it is still considered illegal in Saudi Arabia.
Telegraph Wonder Women campaign: There are 15 types of contraception available to women. But poet Louise Etheridge has come up with an amusing 16th option...
Write something about yourself. No need to be fancy, just an overview.