"You’ve helped us fight HIV. Now, let’s end it. This World AIDS Day join the fight to end the negative impact of HIV."
This year in the UK there have been the first significant reductions in HIV diagnoses for gay men in London, thanks to frequent testing, rapid treatment and PrEP.
But our fight is not just about the virus. For the more than 100.000 people living with HIV, ignorance and discrimination can still limit opportunities, preventing them from living full and happy lives. HIV means you are more likely to live in poverty and more likely to have poor mental health.
This is an exciting turning point. But we need a new burst of energy to end stigma, end HIV transmission and end the isolation experienced by people living with HIV, for good.
Share To End It
Share images on social media to show your support. If you're sharing on Twitter or Instagram, don't forget to use the hashtag #LetsEndIt and #SafeSexySelfie
Eduacate To End It
Mark World AIDS Day by using free teaching resources that you can simply browse through the right sources, for example: NAT Org or Human Rights Campaign and surely many more. People will learn about what life is like with HIV, how to protect themselves and about HIV history.
So, are you ready for Worlds AIDS Day? Because I am.