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Discussing Pos-Pos Sex9 May 2013
Video stories provide an intimate insight into pos-pos sex
In December, Positive Life NSW re-launched their new look campaign www.wrappedorraw.org.au which explores choices made by HIV-positive gay men – specifically about using condoms in pos-pos sex – while offering options to minimise risk, maximise pleasure, manage disclosure and have great sex.
WANT THE FACTS – GONORRHOEA9 May 2013
Gonorrhoea. Get it checked. Get it treated. Gonorrhoea is on the increase. You can have gonorrhoea and not even know you’ve got it (particularly if the infection is in your arse or throat). If you don’t get treated it can lead to a lot of health problems, especially if you’re HIV positive.
SERO DISCO 217 May 2012
In SERO DISCO 2 we try to give you some practical answers to questions you might have asked yourself at some time. Can I still pass on HIV if my last viral load test is ‘undetectable’? How safe is oral sex? Is pulling out okay? Can I stay negative in a serodiscordant relationship? How do I talk about changes in our relationship?
KNOW THE FACTS - SEX AND HEP C1 Dec 2008
Hep C is usually transmitted by sharing injecting equipment (including needles, spoons, tourniquets and filters) as well as tattooing or body piercing with infected equipment. However, sexual transmission is also possible. In our booklet KNOW THE FACTS - SEX AND HEP C we outline latest information about Hep C, ways to avoid transmission and current treatment options. WARNING - content is unsuitable for people under 18 years.
Simple Pleasures23 Apr 2008
Simple Pleasures builds on material presented in our booklet GETTING ON WITH IT AGAIN Living longer with HIV. The workshop is designed to be used with HIV positive peer support groups or in HIV support groups facilitated by healthcare workers.
SYPHILIS - GET THE FACTS13 Feb 2008
Anyone can get syphilis, but men who have sex with men account for 90% of the cases of infectious syphilis in New South Wales. About half of these guys are HIV positive. So if you are HIV positive, sexually active, and fucking with men, it makes good sense to have a regular blood test (i.e. every three months) for syphilis.
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