Since March we’ve all been dealing with coronavirus. Adapting to the ‘new normal’ of coronavirus...
Let’s make time every day to ask each other, “Are you okay?”
‘Losing face’ is a big thing within my culture and family community.
As people living with HIV (PLHIV), we’re living in an age of social change. Today it is easier than ever to ‘slip through the cracks’. We’re seeing this more and more as HIV health [...]
For all of us, especially those of us living with HIV (PLHIV), maintaining our fitness is important for physical and mental health. Fitness keeps your body active and mind healthy. PLHIV experience anxiety and [...]
Gay men are a remarkably resilient lot. We live in a heteronormative social environment. Still even in the face of prejudice and stigma, most of us reach out for experiences, feelings and a community [...]
Suicide, or as we prefer to call it ‘self-delivery’, is shrouded in myths and silence. The most damaging myth is we shouldn’t talk about it. Thoughts about suicide generally arise because of a range [...]
Internalised stigma is the negative view that we can take of ourselves, often based on our own perception of the way we believe the rest of the world sees us. As we grow up [...]