Colin Smith

This is Colin a gorgeous little boy who will live on in my heart forever. It’s because of him and the many others who were murdered by those responsible for their care that gives me the strength to fight for justice and the protection of future generations. Love to Jan & big Colin today and always. For those who do not […]

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HIV / AIDS News – 2019

HIV / AIDS News January   How stigma prevents Delhi’s gay men from getting tested for HIV Societal pressures, stigma and ‘a lot of shame’ push gay sex underground, meaning NGOs must come up with innovative ways to reach members of at-risk community When the news broke that India’s Supreme Court had struck down a colonial-era law making gay sex illegal, the reaction in Delhi was […]

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Global Anti-LGBT Headlines 2018

    Prejudiced against or opposed to homosexuality or homosexuals.   Homophobic attacks on gay/bi-sexual people (queer bashing) are sadly a very real threat today. These criminal offences can be for robbery, discrimination, or for more sinister reasons. Personal Safety and Awareness Stephen Fry takes on global anti-LGBTI leaders This important documentary should be shared with all people. The LGBTQI […]

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HIV / AIDS News

  HIV / AIDS News August Hunky Broadway star Hernando Umana: “I am a proud gay man living with HIV” It had been drilled in my head that gay people get HIV because of wrong doings and they deservingly die from it. Well I’m here to shut that sh*t down. There is NOTHING wrong with me and I am healthier […]

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Contaminated Blood Scandal Updates & Media

Contaminated Blood Scandal Updates & Media   Panorama – Contaminated Blood: The Search for the Truth Published on 11 May 2017 It has been called the worst treatment disaster in the history of the NHS. More than 2,000 people died and thousands more were infected with HIV and Hepatitis C after being treated with contaminated blood products. All the victims […]

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HIV Garden at RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2018

  The CHERUB HIV garden: A Life Without Walls Did you know… Walls across the path in the garden symbolise the stigma and fears of young people living with HIV   Impression of hands, set as flowers into the steel-like bench, are taken from young people living with HIV, many of whom are reluctant to disclose their HIV diagnosis.    Aquilegia, Iris ‘Blue […]

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Stealthing: Rape & Sexual Assault

  Stealthing Stealthing is the act of deliberately removing a condom during sex without a partner’s consent and it is said to be increasingly common – yet unlike elsewhere, it’s not seen as a crime in the UK. This so called “sex trend” is not only a sexual assault but is also a public health nightmare. Stealthing – A new […]

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A LONE VOICE FOR LGBTQ HAEMOPHILIACS

On the eve of meeting with Sir Brian Langstaff, chair of the public inquiry into the contaminated blood scandal, I am proud to share my interview with Gretchen Hammond. A LONE VOICE FOR LGBTQ HEMOPHILIACS  IGNORED BY ADVOCACY ORGANIZATIONS, LGBTQ HEMOPHILIACS HAVE AT LEAST ONE RESOURCE Mark Ward, Founder of Haemosexual & Haemosexual Australia Even as the LGBTQ community grows […]

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Ryan White Remembered – 2018

Ryan White 1971 – 1990 28 years ago today, my hero Ryan White died at the age of 18. During the 1980s, Ryan became a national spokesperson and symbol of hope for the #haemophilia #hemophilia and HIV/AIDS community after being expelled from middle school banned due to community fears that the virus would spread to other children. Today, his mother […]

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