Forty years ago, the Denver Principles demand for a place at the table was ahead of its time.
Silence equals death is still on the radar of our communities especially those of us living with HIV today.
28 years ago,as a married heterosexual monogamous woman, I received a life-altering diagnosis. HIV.
As people living with HIV, we are all diverse and our experiences are different. What connects us is that HIV has shaped us indelibly.
I am acutely aware that the lived experience of women living with HIV today is still mired in ignorance and invisibility.
As a heterosexual woman living with HIV for the past 25 years, I have to ask "Doesn't everyone's sexual health matter in an age of ending HIV?"
Lifting the ignorance and invisibility is a task for both men and women in the elimination of HIV says Jane Costello.
World AIDS Day is important because it reminds the public and government that HIV has not gone away.
Iconic painting based on 1990 LIFE magazine photograph of David Kirby, surrounded by his grieving family.
About 10 per cent of people living with HIV in Australia are women, yet we remain relatively invisible.