Ladies… Let’s talk sex, pleasure and HIV! Am I doing it right? How do I negotiate safer sex with my partner? Will sex be the same after a diagnosis? Are you a woman living with HIV? Aged 18+ Interested in learning more about sex and pleasure? Want a complimentary MAC makeover? With […]
A new report highlighting the existing and new challenges in HIV treatment and care that people living with HIV are facing today. To read a summary and the key recommendaionts of the report, and to view and save the report as a pdf, read on…
This Saturday, to promote awareness and show solidarity across everyone living with and affected by HIV, Positively UK will be marching at London LGBT Pride for the first time. The event will also mark the start of a new project supporting gay and bisexual men living with HIV in London.
Published on Jun 13, 2015 in News
Leading peer-led HIV charity are taking a new approach in supporting people to Connect, Learn and Take Control of their HIV early in their diagnosis. London has some of the highest rates of HIV within the UK. At the same time the capital is also one of the best in testing and treating people early. Improving […]
Published on Jun 11, 2015 in News
This summer to promote awareness and show solidarity across everyone living with and affected by HIV, Positively UK will be marching at London LGBT+ Pride for the first time. The event will also mark the launch of our new gay men’s project. Taking place on Saturday 27th June the march will be leaving Baker Street […]
We would like to organise an evening for partners, friends and family members of people living with HIV.
Do you feel someone close to you would like this kind of space? What would they like to talk about?
Read more and contact us with ideas…
Published on Apr 1, 2015 in Policy
Positively UK welcomes the findings from PROUD and IPERGAY studies. We recognise that HIV is complex area, and that PrEP should be used as part of a wider range of interventions. We also urge more research be undertaken on the implementation of PrEP on key populations and other vulnerable group such as women and migrants, as well as the necessity of education on PrEP, both to raise awareness and to ensure people can make informed choices, including implications of its long-term use.