Changing Perceptions. Talking about HIV and our relationships
This is one in a series of reports that brings a new focus to the diverse needs of people living with HIV today; blending personal stories with findings from Positive Voices – the largest, most representative survey of people with HIV to date. Through storytelling, people with HIV have brought the survey to life by putting statistics in the context of real lives in order to challenge attitudes and change perceptions about HIV. Each section gives recommendations for policy change to better meet the needs of people living with HIV.
This report covers three different aspects of relationships and HIV: sharing HIV status with others (also known as disclosure), intimate relationships and sex in the era of U=U, and relationships with healthcare providers.