How much would you tell on a first date?
"No one tells everything about themselves, especially someone they want to have sex with. You choose what to tell, because you can never be sure of the reaction. It isn't always easy to be open about HIV, even after seeing someone for a while. Though it can be a good thing, not everyone tells their HIV status, for all kinds of reasons. Whatever your own views, remember it isn't a duty to tell, it's not a right to be told."
Nine photographs of men wearing T-shirts with text on each: I"m HIV positive, I'm a diabetic, I have a hairy back, I'm a veggie, I'm adopted, I"m HIV positive, I'm HIV negative, I am a trainspotter, My cat died this morning..
AIDS Education Collection
AIDS phobiaCompassionConversationHappinessHIV (Viruses)Ignorance (Theory of knowledge)Interpersonal relationsMenSocial acceptance
Terrence Higgins Trust
30.0cm x 21.0cm
University of Rochester, River Campus Libraries, Department of Rare Books, Special Collections & Preservation
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