Sex and HIV

You see that I am not writing often. But I know that when I do, it is because I feel the need to share something I think is important. To live with HIV is to live differently. Although many believe that one can lead a "normal" life being in treatment.

The truth is that we are exposed to so many things. And the worst is that this is not spoken. It seems that the biggest taboo of having HIV is sex. In my short career as an activist I have seen the sexual needs of those living with HIV. I see daily how these people are almost desperately seeking someone to become a couple. And they look for people who are living with the virus, without even caring what part of the planet they are from. Understandably, they are tired of searching and being rejected.

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