What are gender pronouns and why is it important to use the right ones?
When I was diagnosed with HIV in 1997, apart from the shock and fear and my whole life being turned upside down, I had to deal with the reality the programs and services were largely focused on men.
Let’s start having honest conversations about the systemic silencing of women within our society, particularly when it comes to the medical sector's pervasive disbelief of women's experiences of pain and right to bodily autonomy. [...]
About 10 per cent of people living with HIV in Australia are women, yet we remain relatively invisible.