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Here's how you can manage stress while living with HIV.
There are many people out there using their voices to try and bring an end to HIV and HIV stigma - here are a few queens who are amazing HIV activists.
If you’re in a relationship, it’s important to have a conversation about HIV with your partner, and how to keep each other safe. Here’s a little motivation to help you have that conversation.
Did you also know that women aged between 15 and 24 have a higher rate of HIV than any other group in South Africa? Here are a few reasons why:
The word stigma means the shame or disgrace that is attached to something that’s rejected by society and considered to be socially unacceptable. Here are a few ways to avoid stigmatising HIV:
Living with HIV as a pregnant woman can be a stressful because of the fear of possibly infecting your child due to the high risk. But it is possible to prevent your baby being infected. Here's how:
HIV stigma is still a concerning issue in society because people who are living with the virus are still being treated differently. These are just my top 5 Queens who eliminate the shame that is associated with the virus:
Taking drugs for sexual enhancement is known as “high sex” or “chemsex” and it increases your risk of HIV. Here’s more about it.
If you’re living with or are affected by HIV, you’ve probably heard the term “undetectable”. This is what it means:
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