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Professor Sex Came To SexTalkTuesday To Talk About World AIDS Day.

This week on SexTalkTuesday we discussed World AIDS Day with Angel Kalafatis. Regular testing, barrier protection, and real knowledge shared freely are key to making AIDS something long forgotten. Ending the stigma of HIV infection helps with this goal by allowing for real discussion and the dissemination of the facts of viral loads and transmission. Read the whole story below!


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A2: We recommend getting tested on a regular basis (every few months) if you’re sexually active with new partners.…


Dr. Liz Powell @sexpospsych

A3 I get tested regularly and use barrier protection for penetrative sex. I make risk informed decisions


Topic: World AIDS Day


Q1 Why is World #AIDS Day Important? How has AIDS impacted you or your community? #SexTalkTuesday

Q2 How often do you get tested for #HIV? How do you have conversations about testing with new partners? #SexTalkTuesday

Q3 How do you educate yourself about risk awareness? What actions do you take to reduce risk/feel safer about #HIV? #SexTalkTuesday

Q4 What resources do you have in your community for access to #STItesting and risk reduction methods? #SexTalkTuesday

Q5 What can you do after World #AIDS Day to help raise awareness and reduce the stigma associated with #HIV? #SexTalkTuesday


Read the whole discussion below whether you missed it or just want to go over it! To join future discussions, follow the hashtag #SexTalkTuesday on Twitter.

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