Calling all Gay, Bi, and Trans Men who have SEX with other Men
HIV IS NOT A CRIME!
October 16, 2013 - Think HIV Criminalization is stigmatizing and unjust? Have something to
say about it? We want to hear about it!
With our Think Twice Campaign we are looking for men who have sex with other men to tell their stories and thoughts
that challenge the current push towards criminalization of people living with HIV.
- Have you thought about pressing charges but didn't?
- Fucked someone and thought about the shared responsibility?
- Have you charged someone and wished that you had not done it?
- Were you charged and want to share your experience?
Has your friend been charged and you want to speak out?
We will be having a community meeting on Sunday, November 3rd at the 519 from 2-4pm -
If you would like to register or find out more about the Think Twice Campaign
please contact: Jessica Whitbread at email@example.com or check out our website or facebook page. Download
our flyer here!
We will be making an online video campaign with a range of individuals aimed to get people to consider the complexity
and uncertainty of HIV criminalization, and the implications for gay, bi and trans male communities. If you identify as a man who fucks
other men and want to be involved, we are looking for individuals to be featured in the online video campaign and for technical
support in filming and production of the videos themselves.
About AIDS ACTION NOW
AIDS ACTION NOW! is a community-based group engaged in the struggle against HIV/AIDS. Our work is fundamentally driven by the needs
of people living with AIDS and HIV infection (PLWA/HIV). While our work comes primarily from the gay/ lesbian community, we are
committed to the empowerment of all PLWA/HIVs and all communities affected by the AIDS crisis. AIDS ACTION NOW! welcomes all
PLWA/HlVs as well as other individuals who are in basic agreement with this list of principles. www.aidsactionnow.org
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