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HIV Crimes - Know the Facts
Using preferred language to reduce stigma
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Daskalakis is the assistant commissioner for the Bureau of HIV/AIDS Prevention and Control at New York City’s Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. He joins a growing list of global HIV/AIDS ....
Note the guidelines’ first two recommendations, which recommend against and call for the repeal of laws criminalizing the conduct of MSM, transgender individuals, substance users, and sex workers, ....
Personas con VIH arriesgan ser juzgadas criminalmente por no dar a conocer de su condición a su pareja antes de tener contacto sexual. No importa si el riesgo de trasnmición es minimo. Muchas veces ....
People with HIV may be prosecuted for not disclosing their HIV statuses to their sexual partners — even if transmission risk was minimal or nonexistent. They often face more severe charges and ....
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“The impact of HIV criminalization on people living with HIV is ultimately destructive and divisive, creating a sense that there are ‘good’ HIV-positive people versus ‘bad’ HIV-positive ....
State of sexual freedom report
Criminalization of HIV legitimizes the ignorance, homophobia, racism and sexophobia that fuels inflated fears of HIV and those who have HIV. Criminalization undermines efforts to prevent new HIV ....
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People with HIV may be prosecuted for not disclosing their HIV statuses to their sexual partners — even if transmission risk was minimal or nonexistent. They often face more severe charges and ....