The Human Rights Campaign has joined Gilead Sciences to launch the coast-to-coast initiative “My Body, My Health,” to break through the barriers and systemic injustice affecting the sexual health of our Black and Latiné LGBTQ+ communities.
It's time to take control of our sexual health and get sex-positive to strip away the shame around sexuality and sex. With the loss of a generation to the HIV crisis in the 1980s, and the current disproportionate impact of HIV on the Black and Latiné LGBTQ+ communities, we are committed to building a sex-positive and well-informed generation free of HIV and its associated stigma.
This year, 12 students will serve as PrEP Peer Educators to eliminate HIV & AIDS-related stigma on HBCU campuses through public education regarding PrEP, HIV testing and treatment.
As part of the My Body, My Health campaign, we're launching GenHERate and Generar to mobilize Black and Latiné LGBTQ+ youth to join together and advance efforts to end HIV and promote sexual health through advocacy, education, and storytelling. We will be working with the next generation of leaders to finally build a generation free of HIV and stigma.
HRC has launched My Body, My Health to build a generation free of HIV and stigma and to help the LGBTQ+ community take control of our sexual health.
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We are sharing our stories using our voices. Join us as we bring together influencers, advocates, community based organizations and policy makers as a community.
We're building a generation free of HIV and stigma. Embrace sex positivity with My Body, My Health campaign. Are you in?